**Answer:**

All statements but (a) and (d) are FALSE

**Explanation:**

To know the distance, the object has moved, we evaluate the position at t=2 and then calculate its module:

r(2) = 8i + 6j Therefore: D = 10m **(Statement (a) is true)**

The momentum is given by:

P(2) = m*V(2) We need to derive position to get the velocity:

V(t) = 4t i + 3 j At t=2s: V(2)=8i + 3j m/s

So, the momentum is:

P(2) = 4i + 1.5j kg.m/s Hence, part (b) is false (or there's an error on the question)

Kinetic energy:

It's almost equal to part (c) but not close enough.

The net force will be in the same direction as the acceleration, so we have to derive velocity:

a(t) = 4 i m/s^2 It IS perpendicular to unit vector j, **(Statement (d) is true)**

The magnitude of the net force will be:

F = m*a(2) = 2N Not 4N, therefore, part (e) is False