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Homework Help: physics

Posted by hi on Monday, January 14, 2008 at 3:11am.

an air plane takes a circuitous route. the journey is split into 4 sections.

d1= 6000km (30.0 n of e)
d2= 5600km (NW)
d3= 4500km (35.0 S of W)
d4= 7000km (12.0 W of S)

- Find the resultant displacement of the air plane

what do i do, and whta is the coreect answer for the planes resultant?

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