Pursuit Curve

"If A moves along a known curve, then P describes a pursuit curve if P is always directed toward A and A and
P move with uniform velocities.  Pursuit curves were considered in general by the French scientist Pierre Bouguer in
1732, and subsequently by the English mathematician Boole.

Pursuit Curve


[Thanks Yuri!]

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