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Asnowmobile is originally at the point with position vector 28.1 m at 95.0° counterclockwise from the x axis, moving with velocity 4.73 m/s at 40.0°. it moves with constant acceleration 1.72 m/s2 at 200°. after 5.00 s have elapsed, find the following. (express your answers in vector form.)

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