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The package has a uniform acceleration of 4.8 mls2 as it moves down sections AB and CD, and its velocity is constant between Band C. If the velocity of the package at D is 7.2 mis, determine (a) the distance d between C and D, (b) the time required for the package to reach D.

**SOLUTION (a) For and we have Then, atB v~c = 0 + 2(4.8 mls2)(3 - 0) m = 28.8 m2/s2
**

2 2 vD = vBC + 2aCD(xD -

A~B C~D v2 =v5 +2a(x-xo)

(vBC = 5.3666 mls) d=Xd -xc

and atD

xc)

,t

(b)

or or For and we have Then A~B A~B C~D,

(7.2 mlS)2 =(28.8 m2/s2)+2(4.8 mls2)d d = 2.40 m .••••

v=vo +at

**5.3666 mls=0+(4.8 or and or C~D
**

tAB

mlS2)tAB

= 1.11804 s

**7.2 mls=5.3666 mls+(4.8 mlS2)tCD
**

tCD

=0.38196

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