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  1. So, I do not have a specific code, but I just want to understand collision. I guess an example that I am thinking of is agar.io. I have read many examples about collision, or how in agar.io the cells eat eachother, and it just doesn't make sense. Could anybody please explain it to me, and use it in an extremely simple code. I am very much a beginner. I have learned about html, javascript, and jquery using codecademy, but I am not experienced!! Could someone please give me a simple explanation of how to make 'cells eat eachother' using a simple code. Again, I am a beginner! Thanks for any help.
  2. Hey, so I have this code and when apple falls from a tree, if it touches a person the screen should say true, if it doesn't touch a person it says false. But, nothing is happening. Please help. Here is my code: <script> function collision($div1, $div2) { var x1 = $div1.offset().left; var y1 = $div1.offset().top; var h1 = $div1.outerHeight(true); var w1 = $div1.outerWidth(true); var b1 = y1 + h1; var r1 = x1 + w1; var x2 = $div2.offset().left; var y2 = $div2.offset().top; var h2 = $div2.outerHeight(true); var w2 = $div2.outerWidth(true); var b2 = y2 + h2; var r2 = x2 + w2; if (b1 < y2 || y1 > b2 || r1 < x2 || x1 > r2) return false; return true; }$(document).ready(function(){ window.setInterval(function() { $('#result').text(collision($('#div1'), $('#div2'))); }, 200);});<p>Colliding? <span id="result">false</span> P.S. I didn't include the entire code, just what is important to my question.
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