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Calculus Based Dynamics

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Objects 1 and 2 are fired horizontally from the same elevation directly towards each other. Object 1 is fired with velocity {see attachment} while Object 2 is fired with velocity {see attachment}. Initial separation is 3m.
Take "g" = 9.81 m/s[squared]
- Determine the "x" value of the point of impact
- Determine the time "ti" to impact
- Determine the "y" value of the point of impact

Neglect object size

**Please see attachment for velocities and diagram.

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The solution determines the points of impact and time of impact.

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