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Two waves originated from point A and point B, waves are 'velocity-direction-dependent', can be treated as 'vectors', it took t2 time for the wave from point B to reach A, and it took time t2 for the wave from point B to reach A.

Given the fact the two vectors have the same 'magnitude', and only the t1 and t2 are known is there a way to calculate delta velocity?

A>>>>>>>>>>> B, in t1 time

B>>>>>>>>>>> A, in t2 time

Distance between A and B is constant, and only known variables are t1 and t2, is there a way to calculate Δv?

thank you!

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# Vectors delta velocity calculations

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