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Michel-Joseph wrote at 2014-12-09 17:05:40
At time t2 : V(t2)=Vo -> r(t2)=ro : ro-t2=ro -> ro=2t2 .

Are you sure this is right?

the V is a function of r V(t2)=0,5V0 implies that



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