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In two successive chess moves, a player first moves his queen four squares forward, then moves the queen five steps to the left (from the player’s view). Assume each square is 2.0 cm on a side. Using forward (toward the player’s opponent) as the positive axis and right as the positive axis, write the queen's net displacement in component form. At what net angle was the queen moved relative to the leftward direction?
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