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Problem 80

An object is tracked by a radar station and determined to have a position vector given by ! (3500 % 160t) & 2700 & 300 , with in meters and t in seconds. The radar stations x axis points east, its y axis north, and its z axis vertically up. If the object is a 250 kg meteorological missile, what are (a) its linear momentum, (b) its direction of motion, and (c) the net force on it?

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