posted by Bailey on .
A man walks 40 meters north and turns and walks 60 meters in a direction 30 degrees to the east of north.
What is the distance traveled?
What is his displacement?
Figure the E and N components fo the second walk,then add as vectors to the original N walk.
distance of course is 100m.
diplacement is the resultant vector.
what is the resultant vector? I don't understand.
Break the sixty meter into components:
then add the original N walk, then find the resultant displacement.
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