Posted by **James** on Monday, March 25, 2013 at 4:05pm.

Suppose that a boat moves in a straight line with speed v through water with resistance proportional to the square of its speed v with initial speed v0 and initial position x0. Find its speed v(t) and position x(t) and conclude that the boat travels an infinite distance.

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