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This following applet is Find the fastest Path
Created by prof Hwang Modified by Ahmed
Original project Find the fastest Path


The following is a similar version created with EJS.
You can drag the star point (at the top) and end point(at the bottom) horizontally.
The velocity v change the moving speed.
Speed at upper half v1=v/n1, speed at lower half v2=v/n2.

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This applet is Find the fastest Path design by prof Hwang
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