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A particle moves along the curve y=x-x^2 /400, where x and y are in ft. If the velocity component in the x direction is vx=2ft/s and remains
constant, determine the magnitudes of the velocity and acceleration when x=20 ft.

A particle moves along the curve y=x-x^2 /400, where x and y are in ft. If the velocity component in the x direction is vx=2ft/s and remains
constant, determine the magnitudes of the velocity and acceleration when x=20 ft.