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There is a guy in a boat holding a rope that's tight to a Top of the pole in the shore. He keeps pulling the rope until he reaches the shore. What is the speed relationship between the amount of rope he pulls, vs horizontal speed? Which speed is higher?
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28 Mar, 2018 6:10 PM
Horizontal speed is faster than the amount of rope he pulls. (Horizontal distance he travels is higher than the amount of rope he pulls, by triangle theory where the sum of two sides must be greater than the 3rd side)