Posted by **john** on Sunday, January 23, 2011 at 10:22pm.

Points A and B move along two adjacent

parallel paths. Initially A is 100 ft to the left of

B, and each point has a velocity of 5 fps to the

right. the velocity of A remains constant and the

acceleration of B is 2 fps2 to the left.

Determine the total distance traveled by B when

the two points pass each other.

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