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    Wink kinematics problem

    A particle is travelling along a straight line such that its acceleration is m/s/s is equal to its displacement in meters from an origin. A possible expression for the particle's velocity, given that displacement is always positive, is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lethalchamber View Post
    A particle is travelling along a straight line such that its acceleration is m/s/s is equal to its displacement in meters from an origin.
    So \frac{dx}{dt}= x and then \frac{dx}{x}= dt.
    Integrate.

    A possible expression for the particle's velocity, given that displacement is always positive, is?
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