The Secret Files had been released today. and the 4th Series is Sonic Adventure DX: Director’s Cut. If you have experience it, you know that the game is a special edition of the Sonic Adventure.
The Secret Files of Dr. Eggman, released on.
The Secret Files of Dr. Eggman is a special edition of the Sonic Adventure DX and is a downloadable game of the Sonic Adventure.
The Secret Files of Dr. Eggman.
The Secret Files of Dr. Eggman is a special edition of the Sonic Adventure DX and is a downloadable game of the Sonic Adventure.
Oct 9, 2017

Distance between two points with a defined speed

I have an entity (being either a car or a plane) with a defined speed with which it can move in a 2D space. How would I find the distance between two points?
A point can be considered as being on either the left/right side or top/bottom side of this entity.
Thanks in advance for any insight.

A:

Here’s a pseudocode:
p1, p2 = Your start and end points
v1, v2 = Your defined speeds (in units of time per unit in the x-y plane)

Distance = 0

while p1!= p2:
Distance += v1 * T
p1 += v1 * T
p2 += v2 * T

return Distance

The while loop means that you’re moving with v1 speed, for a time T, you’re going through points p1, p2, then you’re moving with v2 speed for a time T, you’re going through points p1, p2, then you’re moving with v1 speed for a time T, and so on. When the loop is complete, you have the distance traveled.
The while loop allows you to not require any calculus. This is normally only done in 2D problems, like this one, but it can work in 3D as well.
If you’re having trouble with the math, learn about derivatives and integrals.

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The Secret Files had been released today. and the 4th Series is Sonic Adventure DX: Director’s Cut. If you have experience it, you know that the game is a special edition of the Sonic Adventure.
The Secret Files of Dr. Eggman, released on.
The Secret Files of Dr. Eggman is a special edition of the Sonic Adventure DX and is a downloadable game of the Sonic Adventure.
The Secret Files of Dr. Eggman.
The Secret Files of Dr. Eggman is a special edition of the Sonic Adventure DX and is a downloadable game of the Sonic Adventure.
Oct 9, 2017

Distance between two points with a defined speed

I have an entity (being either a car or a plane) with a defined speed with which it can move in a 2D space. How would I find the distance between two points?
A point can be considered as being on either the left/right side or top/bottom side of this entity.
Thanks in advance for any insight.

A:

Here’s a pseudocode:
p1, p2 = Your start and end points
v1, v2 = Your defined speeds (in units of time per unit in the x-y plane)

Distance = 0

while p1!= p2:
Distance += v1 * T
p1 += v1 * T
p2 += v2 * T

return Distance

The while loop means that you’re moving with v1 speed, for a time T, you’re going through points p1, p2, then you’re moving with v2 speed for a time T, you’re going through points p1, p2, then you’re moving with v1 speed for a time T, and so on. When the loop is complete, you have the distance traveled.
The while loop allows you to not require any calculus. This is normally only done in 2D problems, like this one, but it can work in 3D as well.
If you’re having trouble with the math, learn about derivatives and integrals.

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570a42141b

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