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# Solved: 3336. Circular motion Find parametric equations

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3336. Circular motion Find parametric equations that describe the circular path of the following objects. For Exercises 3335, assume 1x, y2 denotes the position of the object relative to the origin at the center of the circle. Use the units of time specified in the problem. There is more than one way to describe any circle. A go-cart moves counterclockwise with constant speed around a circular track of radius 400 m, completing a lap in 1.5 min. 3

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