The child moves so the theta is increasing as time passes but I'm not sure how to solve for it.
And the x-component is 8*sin(theta) and y-component is 8*cos(theta)
But now I'm thinking, what if instead of 8*cos(theta) it's actually 8*cos(theta)-2? That way the child moving is subtracted from the moving boat.
QED-1 wrote:I was thinking solve for the time when they are equal with r=d/t but that only got me with the fact that for every unit of distance the child travels, the boat does 4x more.
brandbarth wrote:As long as it's significantly faster than the current.
(black arrows = "Stromversetzung" - I don't know an english word for that )
Derek wrote:The current effects the boat and the child equally, so you can ignore it. Just solve the problem as if there is no current.(black arrows = "Stromversetzung" - I don't know an english word for that )
Google Translate gives "current dislocation", so maybe current vector? Or current velocity?
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