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 Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Jul2 awarded Curious Mar25 awarded Popular Question Nov11 revised Hasse Digram Leveling I added the picture for the correct Hasse diagram. Nov11 accepted Hasse Digram Leveling Nov11 suggested approved edit on Hasse Digram Leveling Nov11 awarded Editor Nov11 comment Hasse Digram Leveling Okay. I wasn't sure about that. I also added the line by the way. Nov11 revised Hasse Digram Leveling edited body Nov11 comment Hasse Digram Leveling You're right. I was doing the diagram on computer and missed that, but there was a line on the homework and so that is not the problem. Nov11 asked Hasse Digram Leveling Nov7 accepted Pigeonhole-principle with two choices Nov6 answered Pigeonhole-principle with two choices Nov5 asked Pigeonhole-principle with two choices Nov3 comment Constant velocity of a sine function So, Wolfram Alpha gives $x(t) = InverseFunction[EllipticE, 1, 2]((c_1-t)/sqrt(2), 1/2)$ as the solution where $c_1$ is an arbitrary constant. I am thinking there is not a simpler solution unfortunately. I honestly am not sure what this solution means. Nov3 comment Constant velocity of a sine function That is exactly what I meant. It has been a while since I have dealt with parametric equations and I didn't actually realize that was what I was trying to do. I should be able to find what $x(t)$ should be equal to from what you just said. I will give my result in the next comment. Nov3 revised Constant velocity of a sine function edited tags Nov3 accepted Constant velocity of a sine function Nov3 asked Constant velocity of a sine function Nov3 comment Defining the movement of an object on a 2-dimensional plane I was thinking that there will be enough frames per second that I would use the Euler method, although I didn't actually know that was its name until after what you said.