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.
Raptor² on the numerator.
FALSE. That's how you get veloci1.
Don't the raptors cancel out
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.
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?
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"