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Skippy and His New Jetski Filename: jetski After a somewhat lengthy disappearance, Springfield Skippy has made his presence known on the beach with his new jetski. The problem is that Skippy is quite reckless on his jetski, so no one else in the water is safe when he's in the area. To deal with this problem, the beach patrol would like to put up warning signs in the areas where Skippy could potentially be riding his jetski. The Problem: Your goal will be to help the beach patrol with their task by figuring out the total area where Skippy could be after a given time period given information about the speed of his jetski and the amount of time he will be on his jetski. Assume that coastline at the beach is perfectly straight and can be modeled by the x-axis in the coordinate plane. Thus, all the points with a negative y-value are part of the beach, and all the points with a positive y-value are in the water. Skippy always starts at the point (0, 0) and is liable to go in any direction in the water from that point. Assume that Skippy's speed on the
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This note was uploaded on 06/09/2011 for the course COP 3223 taught by Professor Guha during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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