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oldunion

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how far has the cart rolled before jill catches it.

i was thinking having a kinematics equation for both, and then solving one of them for a variable that i could substitute into the other equation...yes?

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oldunion

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how far has the cart rolled before jill catches it.

i was thinking having a kinematics equation for both, and then solving one of them for a variable that i could substitute into the other equation...yes?

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mukundpa

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yes time t will be perameter.

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oldunion

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mukundpa said:yes time t will be perameter.

which kinematics equation should i use, and will it be the same for both of them? i can't do much without velocities

what is the significance of 3 degrees because they already gave us the acceleration, is this the accel of the cart?

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oldunion

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solved. thanks

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