Posted by **Samuel** on Sunday, September 9, 2012 at 10:34am.

Assume the two planes are heading 'towards P'. For now, let's not get too wound up about the x and y aspects. We'll always 'know' the two places are at right angles to each other.

First let's create two equations that represent the 'location' of each plane.

Plane1Location = 150 - 450(t)

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