The velocity of a .5kg body, for t=1s to t=35s, is given by v=5t^2 i + 3/t j -t k(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

v has - over it....and the i, j, and k have the hats on them (^)

For this interval, What is the body's angular momentum?

What is the torque exerted on the body?

what is the acceleration of the body?

what is the foce on the body?

is either angular momentum or linear momentum conserved?

As t goes to infinity, what happens to the position of hte particle?

I am not sure what the interval means, what each part stands for....

I believe that you are gonna hvae to start to differentiate the interval to come up with some of the terms...i know force is the acceleration/2. I am pretty clueless...i feel like a stupid physics student. If you could help me out on the problem that would be cool...ty

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# Homework Help: Velocity Vector question

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