During the entire motion of a boat crossing a river, what would be the minimum time to cross the river along the shortest path possible? (I.e., considering both minimum time and shortest distance of approach)

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During the entire motion of a boat crossing a river, what would be the minimum time to cross the river along the shortest path possible? (I.e., considering both minimum time and shortest distance of approach)

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