x1 = v1 * t + x01 = v1 * t
x2 = v2 * t + x02 = v2 * t + d0
If we put x1 = x2 we obtain :
t = d0 / (v1 - v2)
and O1 because of its greater speed will eventually reach to O2.
But philosophy says something else:
O1 in t1=(something calculable) will reach to O2's current position but in this time interval O2 will move x1=(something calculable) toward.
Again in the new situation O1 in t2=(something calculable) will reach to O2's current position b but in this time interval O2 will be x2=(something calculable) toward.
By repeating this procedure tn and xn approaches to zero but does not become zero, therefore O1 will never reach O2.
How do you explain this?
Thank you so much.