
#19
Oct2710, 10:40 PM

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Could someone also derive the equation in relation to y?
I'm having huge problems with a question of the sort. Hopefully with the steps laid out it would become clear. Thanks! 



#20
Apr1612, 07:45 PM

P: 22

So how would I do this if the rabbit has 1/2 the velocity? how would i set up an equation for how X, and Y will change?




#21
Apr1712, 08:52 AM

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