# How to get velociraptor

That's a speediraptor.

To get a velociraptor, you need to use displacementiraptor, not distanciraptor.

I feel like a Timeraptor could fuck some shit up

The raptors still cancel though.

numeraptor*

Raptor² on the numerator.

FALSE. That's how you get veloci1.

Don't the raptors cancel out

Timeraptor

Beats

Not if its a word equation. If these letters were algebraic, sure. But you wouldnt cancel distance/time to dstanc/tm

He just needs to divide distanceraptor (or displacementraptor) by time

yes but a vectoraptor/(vectoraptor or scalaraptor) = vectoraptor where as a scalaraptor/scalaraptor = scalaraptor

therefore distanciraptor/timeraptor = speediraptor (which is a scalaraptor) displacementiraptor/timeraptor = velociraptor (which is a vectoraptor)

found John Hammond

Reminds me of that comic about Australia where the clock is a spider and it rains octopus

Man, reddit is really making it hard for me to procrastinate on this math class shit I'm supposed to be doing.

Think again buckaroo

Damn it, Jim, I'm a paleontologist, not a mathematician!

That is not what it says.

Of course, my mistake!

And if I take the derivative of a velociraptor do I get an acceleraptor?

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Fun fact, Velociraptors were the size of turkeys and feathered. Paul, Gregory S. (1988). Predatory Dinosaurs of the World. New York: Simon & Schuster. p. 464. Turner, A.H.; Makovicky, P.J.; Norell, M.A. (2007). "Feather quill knobs in the dinosaur Velociraptor". Science. 317 (5845): 1721. Might've looked like this.

That's dividing by "timeraptor" instead of dividing by "time". If you divide by "timeraptor" the "raptor"s cancel out, and you're left with just "veloci" or "speedi"