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comment Finding the point of impact between two object with constant velocity, where only angle is variable
Indeed, Doing a simple test to see if they will ever be able to hit is rather simple (test for overlap) and i suppose i could fix one of them to 0,0, and then solve for the other, but i still am not able to find the angle. i can't get my head around this one.
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comment Finding the point of impact between two object with constant velocity, where only angle is variable
The distance between A and B are variable, it could be 15m or 35km, they may or may not be launcher at each other. but a simple test before the real match could easily make sure that they are close enough, and that they are at an intersecting course.
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comment How to get a parabola from 2 points and a slope
You assumption is correct! I am currently very confused about these 3 terms. (angle, line, slope) but i'll figure it out.
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comment How to get a parabola from 2 points and a slope
Being from Denmark (speaking danish) means that i usually doesn't have to know the difference between slope, line and angle. i know the danish terms, but not the English ones.
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comment How to get a parabola from 2 points and a slope
I'll just write what i have instead of what i calculated myself then. The "line" starts at (0,0), going through (8, 2.912) giving it a climb of 0.364y per x
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comment How to get a parabola from 2 points and a slope
The "angle" of the slope, as in the function is f(x)= 0.364x + b
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