Hi everybody. I haven't been in school a few years, and its second week into physics. I have what the book describes as the answer, and through several methods seem to come .5m away from the stated answer...I don't know if they just simplify it or not. 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A dog runs back and forth between its two owners, who are walking toward one another. The dog starts running when the owners are 10m apart. If the dog runs with a speed of 3.0 m/s, and the owners walk with a speed of 1.3 m/s, how far has the dog traveled when the owners meet? 2. Relevant equations limit of change in x / change in t 3. The attempt at a solution From as far as I can see, the owners are covering 2.6 m/s on a 10ft gap, while the dog's traveling of 3.0m/s is being hastened as a limit from 10 to 0. I don't know how to use latex yet, but I took the limit of (3/2.6)x t, where t is 10. the answer I receive is 11.5m or 150/13, but the book puts the answer as 11m. I am frustrated by now and just want to bs some attribution to the dog not starting at the side of an owner, accounting for the .5 m, but I offer this to anyone who could give me a better explanation.