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movement on a curve

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suppose i want to simulate a ball rolling down a hill. how do i calculate the location of the ball at a certain moment? i know this is a real easy one, but i've forgotten all the physics i've learned in high school.

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parameterize your equation in terms of time.

this should tell you everything you need about the equation you'll probably use
http://www.physicsclassroom.com/Class/vectors/U3L3e.html

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