Posted by **jordan** on Tuesday, October 2, 2012 at 10:23pm.

Suppose runner A starts at the 0 degree mark on a circular track (circumference = 400m). And let runner B start at the 180 degree mark. If runner A starts running counter clockwise with acceleration 2m/s^2, and runner B runs clockwise with constant speed of 7 m/s, at what angle do they meet?

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