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OpenStudy (anonymous):

two particles travel along space curves r1(t)= r2(t)=<1+2t,1+6t,14t>. do the particles collide? do their paths intersect?

OpenStudy (shadowfiend):

If their paths intersect, that means that they will have the same x, y, z values at some point. Can you find a point where all three pairs are equal to each other for one single value of t?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

nxg927 - what class is this for, Please?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

calculus 3

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