DE problem: Dog chasing a rabbit


by camilus
Tags: chasing, rabbit
tdude
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#19
Oct27-10, 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!
corey2014
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Apr16-12, 07:45 PM
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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?
HallsofIvy
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#21
Apr17-12, 08:52 AM
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Quote Quote by Defennder View Post
v is a function of t, and x is also a function of t. Doesn't this mean that v can be regarded as a function of x?
Well, yes. A constant function for this problem.


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