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SnookerA 'snooker' table (measuring 8 metres by 4m) with 4 'pockets' (measuring 0.5m and placed at diagonal slants in all 4 corners) contains 10 balls (each with a diameter of 0.25m) placed at the following coordinates: Last edited by Daniel123 (20070913 07:31:54) #2 20070913 20:06:45
Re: SnookerI think the only realistic way of doing this is to make a computer simulation and try out angles from that. The mathematics of it would get horrific. Why did the vector cross the road? It wanted to be normal. #3 20071212 17:30:10
Re: SnookerJeez... 