# Diff. paths of a Force in xy-plane

1. Nov 17, 2007

### KvnBushi

[SOLVED] diff. paths of a Force in xy-plane

This was an accidental incomplete post.

(Thanks for the reply HallsofIvy, I have posted the complete post)

Last edited: Nov 17, 2007
2. Nov 17, 2007

### HallsofIvy

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I almost hate to have to say this, but: WHAT are A, O, B, and C? I assume they are points in the plane but obviously we have to know exactly what points they are before we can answer this. Even then are we to assume that "moving along OAC" means moving along the straight line from O to A, the the straight line from A to C?

I am inclined to guess that O is (0,0), A is (0.5, 0), B is (0, 0.5) and C is (0.5, 0.5) but don't you see that we can't help you if you don't TELL us that?