Is this two-dimensional motion? If so, are y and x coordinates of the position? If so, what is the time parametrization of the curve? Your equation has no t's in it. Without knowing how the coordinates depend on t, you can't solve this problem.
Iam having issues with this one iff anybody can help?
where x and y are in meters and y is positive,what is the normal component of the accelleration when x=2m,x=3m/s and x=7m/s^2.
I have so far subed in 2 and got the y coordinate but dont know what to do from here?
Thanks for the reply,
x,and y are coordinates I presume
This is exactly what the question says as I read it.
I had a browse around and found you have to implicitly differentiate the whole equa (d/dt).
dx/dt is given =3 and x= 2 so you can solve for dy/dt.
you now differentiate again and solve for d^2y/dx^2 because we are given d^2/dx^2 = 7 and x=2.
My aclculations say when x = 3m/s ,y = 10.4m/s
when x= 7m/s^2
I then found accel tangent = 28.0327m/s^2
DONT KNOW HOW TO FIND THE ACCELL NORMAL BUT??
Your notation is a bit off, I think. I think you mean to ask the question:
Given that find the normal component of acceleration when and
According to this web page, the normal component of acceleration is given by
Here the notation means, for example, the length of vector Also, the angle is the smallest angle between and
Can you see your way forward from here? You can compute the magnitude of a cross product, even if you're only working in two dimensions, by the way. Just follow the formula on the right.