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I've been working on this for years; self determination; there IS a time to say "Help"; this is it.

Equations of motion; I'm well acquainted with them, but THIS one is unique, and I can't get to first base.

V is Velocity

X is distance/location

t is time

X = 4*(t^2) - 15 - K*V

so I tried this:

X = 4 * (t^2) - 15 - K * (dx/dt)

Then I shuffle stuff around, and the dx and dt end up in places that I can't handle.

1 Is it possible to get this into a form where X is a function of t?

2 Then a form where V is a function of t?

3 And finally, where V is a function of X?

The first one is the most important to me. And ya MIGHT hafta hold my hand, so don't skip TOOO many steps.

thx,

LarryR : )

Equations of motion; I'm well acquainted with them, but THIS one is unique, and I can't get to first base.

V is Velocity

X is distance/location

t is time

X = 4*(t^2) - 15 - K*V

so I tried this:

X = 4 * (t^2) - 15 - K * (dx/dt)

Then I shuffle stuff around, and the dx and dt end up in places that I can't handle.

1 Is it possible to get this into a form where X is a function of t?

2 Then a form where V is a function of t?

3 And finally, where V is a function of X?

The first one is the most important to me. And ya MIGHT hafta hold my hand, so don't skip TOOO many steps.

thx,

LarryR : )

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