Hello, new to these forums! I'm working on my UPI homework, and I just want to verify if I'm doing something correctly. The problem: The position vector r of a particle moving in the x - y plane given by r = (2t^3)i + (6-7t^4)j, where r is in meters and t is in seconds. Calculate r v a when t = 2s Now, I'm pretty sure I know how to do it, but I don't get a second chance once I turn the homework in! :) So in the original equation, r is meters. So I'm thinking this is the displacement. If this is the displacement, I just plug in 2 for t and solve. Because that's the displacement, I can find a and v from the derivatives of the original function. Is this correct?