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Being part of the "Gators," the University of Florida

Fundamentals of Physics Extended | 9th Edition | ISBN: 9780470469088 | Authors: David Halliday ISBN: 9780470469088 189

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Problem 3

Being part of the "Gators," the University of Florida golfing team must play on a putting green with an alligator pit. Figure 3-22 shows an overhead view of one putting challenge of the team; an xy coordinate system is superimposed. Team members must putt from the origin to the hole, which is at xy coordinates (8 m, 12 m), but they can putt the golf ball using only one or more of the following displacements, one or more times: -a: = (8 m)i + (6 m)], Ch = (6 m)], C4 = (8 m)i. The pit is at coordinates (8 m, 6 m). If a team member putts the ball into or through the pit, the member is automatically transferred to Florida State University, the arch rival. What sequence of displacements should a team member use to avoid the pit?

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Textbook: Fundamentals of Physics Extended
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Author: David Halliday
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