Posted by **amanda** on Tuesday, June 14, 2011 at 10:49pm.

A man leaves his front door, walks 440 m east and 380 m north, stopping at the edge of a cliff. He then takes a penny from his pocket and drops it from the cliff, which is 20 m high. What is the magnitude of the displacement (in meters) of the penny?

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