|Oct10-06, 07:52 PM||#1|
changing from parametric form to algebraic form
X1 T = 10T
Y1 T = 100 + (.5 * -9.8T^2)
X2 T = 100 - 12.3 T
Y2 T = 0
How do I put this into algebraic form? it seems easy but I just can't get it.
|Oct11-06, 03:43 AM||#2|
It seems these four equations describes the positional coordinates of two different objects as functions of time.
So what do you need to determine about these two objects?
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