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- Homework Statement
- A body of mass m = 1 kg moves along a straight line with speed v0, when it is

the action of a force in the same direction of motion. The magnitude of this force is given in terms of

of time t in seconds by the following expression:

F = b + ct^2

where b and which are constants with appropriate relationships for the term-owning unit of

force in newtons. Find an expression for the velocity v of the body as a function of time t.

- Relevant Equations
- F = b + ct^2

I have no idea what to do but the answer is V=V0+ bt +(ct^3)/3