Hello, ijleyton!

I agree . . . the second "=" is probably a "+".

You forgot to give us the question(s) . . .Use parametric equations to simulate motion:

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Gary walks along a horizontal line and those are the coordinates of his position.

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- January 13th 2008, 06:21 AM #1

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## misspelled?

Me and my friends think my teacher think our teacher mispelled this problem because it makes no sense to us whatsoever.. here it is:

Use parametric equations to simulate motion:

S= -0.1(t^3 -20t^2 + 110t = 85) 0<(or equal to) t < (or equal to) 12

Gary walks along a horizontal line and those are the coordinates of his position...

to me, the = sign there makes absolutely no sense.. i think it could be a + but i still dont know how to solve it..

- January 13th 2008, 11:24 AM #2

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- January 13th 2008, 02:53 PM #3

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- January 14th 2008, 04:47 AM #4