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echanical Engineering Question: Dynamics 12.67 http://answerboard.cramster.com/mechanical-engineering-topic-5-172727-0.aspx of 3 5/20/2008 3:16 PM Answer | Ask New Question | Customize Profile | Leaderboards | FAQ Calc4139 Scholar Karma Points: 200 Respect (96%): Date Posted: 1/26/2008 11:06:45 PM Status: Live Dynamics 12.67 Course Textbook Chapter Problem Classical Mechanics Engineering Mechanics - Statics 11th by Hibbeler 12 67 Question Details: The velocity of a particle is given by , where t is in
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