Posted by **Samuel** on Tuesday, February 1, 2011 at 7:10pm.

A car travels 2.06 km in the x-direction, then

turns left 70.3 degrees to the original direction and

travels an additional distance of 4.23 km.

Calculate the x component of the car’s net

displacement.

Let :

d1 = 2.06 km,

theta = 70.3 degrees , and

d2 = 4.23 km.

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