A particle's position is r(vector) =(ct^2−2dt^3)i^+(2ct^2−dt^3)j^,
where c and d are positive constants. Find expressions for times t > 0 when the particle is moving in the x-direction.
Express your answer in terms of the variables c and d.
can anybody walk me through how to even approach this problem? I am totally lost.

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Have you taken calculus by any chance? And If so is this a calculus based class?

I can walk you through it but I need to think about how to tailor my approach based on your level.

Yes. This is calc based. I believe the derivative needs to be taken to solve this

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