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posted by Anna .
A women walks 250m in the diretuibn 30 degrees east of north, then 175m east.
a)what is the magnitude and angel of her final displacement from the starting point?
I should be getting 370m and 36 degrees north of east but I keep on getting the wrong answers.
East: 250Sin30 + 175
North: 240cos30
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