# A particle moves along the curve $y=mx^a + c$ with a constant speed $v$. Find the velocity at x=n (in $i cap, j cap$) and acceleration at x=n [closed]

A particle moves along the curve $$y=mx^a + c$$ with a constant speed $$v$$. Find the velocity at x=n (in $$i cap, j cap$$) and acceleration at x=n.

I tried this question as: I found out the slope of curve by differentiating which gives tanθ and we know the resultant is $$v$$ of both $$vectors(components of velocity)$$ so by trigonometry i can find values of i cap, j cap. Is it the correct way to proceed this the of problem? Also i am having problems with acceleration and can you guide me through it?

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