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a dog walks 28 steps north and then walks 55 steps west. if the daog walks back to the starting point in a straight line, how many steps will the dog take? find the magnitude of the net displacement

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    Use the distance relation:

    distance= sqrt( Nsteps^2 + Wsteps^2)

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