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that is the link to my problem, i am stuck on the 2nd and 3rd part of the first question. Someone please help me!

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- Mar 15th 2009, 08:42 PMbryanrbrtsnCalc 2 extra credit problem
https://webwork2.math.ohio-state.edu...&downloadType=

that is the link to my problem, i am stuck on the 2nd and 3rd part of the first question. Someone please help me! - Mar 15th 2009, 09:12 PMADARSH
- Mar 15th 2009, 09:17 PMbryanrbrtsn
i get extra credit if i get all 6 question right. I am just really confused on part 2 of the first question

- Mar 15th 2009, 09:58 PMJhevon
For Adarsh especially, since he asked :) : Anyone who helps must help according to the guidelines given. no full solutions!

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- Mar 17th 2009, 04:38 AMADARSH

every point of the path traveled by hawk is denoted by (x,y)

-Use the initial y distance between the hawk and pigeon

-Use the value of distance travelled by pigeon in terms of time t

-Apply it in the diagram you have drawn in your mind for tangent at any time t

-All you need to find is tan(Theta) , given by Perpendicular/Base

-Once you solve part b part c is useless