1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data There are three objects at the Vertices of an equilateral triangle that start movin towards each other at the same time with a speed v. Describe the path of the objects and the time taken for them to meet. 2. Relevant equations V1=v3 - v2 Where all velocities are in vectors. 3. The attempt at a solution The points moving towards each other will intersect at the Center of the triangle. Velocity along the direction to the Center is vcos60 which will be he velocity at which he points move towards the Center. The distance to be covered is d/sqrt(3). This gives you the distance and time taken to cover it. However, I'm struggling to formulate the problem in terms of vectors. If point a moves towards point b by a distance dr (vector) in a time dt, I get stuck in trying to develop a vector equation for the path point a takes... I've been struggling with this for about an hour now, but seem to be missing a connection. Please help. Thanks!