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## Homework Statement

a grizzly bear charges a hunter with a constant velocity of 20m/s at the instant the bear is 150m away from the hunter. The hunter fires an arrow at 25 degrees. What must be the velocity of the arrow to strike the bear?

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a grizzly bear charges a hunter with a constant velocity of 20m/s at the instant the bear is 150m away from the hunter. The hunter fires an arrow at 25 degrees. What must be the velocity of the arrow to strike the bear?

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tiny-tim

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Hi Becky26! Welcome to PF!

Write out an x,t equation for the bear, and another x,t equation for the arrow.

You need to find the initial speed so that when x = 150, t is the same for both.

Show us what you get.

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