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    (Original post by will'o'wisp2)
    hmmm.... when i stick 6 into p1, i get 48m from O and i get the same for p2 :/

    RDKGames sort me out fam i can't finish it xD
    hmmm, I put 6 seconds into the original equation and for p1 I got 48 and p2 I got 108 and took them away from each other and I got 60m
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    (Original post by Rhiannemahey)
    hmmm, I put 6 seconds into the original equation and for p1 I got 48 and p2 I got 108 and took them away from each other and I got 60m
    wat, what's your equation for p2 with s and t as unknown variables?
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    (Original post by Rhiannemahey)
    hmmm, I put 6 seconds into the original equation and for p1 I got 48 and p2 I got 108 and took them away from each other and I got 60m
    But how can that make sense if you made both displacements EQUAL to one another...? You're not substituting into t=6 into P2 correctly. Check your calculations.
 
 
 
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