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a fly moves from one corner of the floor of a room and you are standing opposite corner into the room .Describe the displacement of the fly when it covers half of the distance.

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THIS is physics? What are the dimensions of the room? Is the fly on the floor or the ceiling?

If they are trying to teach you about vectors, this is not the way to do it.

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