# Q1. (a) A rabbit runs across a parking lounge with coordinates (metres) as a function of time as: x= -0.3t2+7t+28 and y=0.2t2 -9t+30. Find the rabbit’s position vector in unit vector notation and in magnitude angle notation at time t=15s. (b) A bob ti

Question asked by: amitt_kr_b

Asked on: 03 Oct 2009

Working with vectors and the method is quite simple but it is hard to describe in words and without the use of diagrams as it is by drawing these things down and seeing the angles that result that can make it possible to solve these.

Therefore best to draw it out on paper and look through a worked vector example in a textbook as the good thing is they are all quite similar so once you have cracked the method once you will be able to tackle all similar questions.

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Replied at: 11 Oct 2009

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