No one in my class got any farther than I did on the track problem, and i am afraid when Ehild gave me some help it went just a bit over my head in terms of how to set up the differential equation that i am going to be differentiating.... i am going to attach the problem again, because my professor refuses to post how to do it and is now offering extra credit to anyone that can solve it, I realize what i need to do is find a relation between the angle formed and the velocity at A but just a bit slower of an explanation would be greatly appreciated.... thank you again for your help,(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Homework Help: So it continues (track)

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