Posted by **Angio** on Monday, April 9, 2012 at 8:13pm.

Two automobiles are traveling on intersecting roads. The first automobile is traveling northeast at 35 km/h. The second automobile begins 7 km north of the first, and it is traveling east at 25 km/h. Assuming that these cars will continue at this rate, will they collide? Assign vector equations to each line and assume that the first automobile begins at the origin.

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