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A car travels 1.72 km in the x direction, then turns left 50.4 degrees to the original direction and travels an additional distance of 1.97 km. Calculate the x component of the car's net displacement. Answer in units of km.

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    Isn't this a lot like the prior two? break each leg into x components, and add.

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