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Two amateur meteorologist, living 4km apart (4000m), see a storm approaching. The one farthest from the storm hears a loud clap of thunder 9 sec after the one nearest. Assuming the speed of sound is 340m/sec, determine an equation that models possible locations for the storm at that time.

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  1. anonymous
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    The graph associated with this problem is a horizontal graph with foci at + or - 2. It has the vertices right between + or - 1 and 2. This is an extra credit problem, and I'm kinda confused on how I should begin this...

  2. anonymous
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    its a hyperbola

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