I don't know if this is possible,

Suppose that the waterwheel in Figure 2-12b rotates at 6 revolutions per minute (rpm). You start your stopwatch. Two seconds later, point P on the rim of the wheel is at its greatest height. You are to model the distancedof pointPfrom the surface of the water in terms of the number of secondstthe stopwatch reads.

When does the waterwheel enter and exit the water (over time in seconds)

Use $\displaystyle W(t)=C+AcosB(\theta-D)$

This was the accompanying image, Figure 12.2, the line next to P is an arrow: