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a jogger runs with a veloicty of 6km/h (25 degrees N of W) for 35 min and then changes direction, Jogging for 20 min at 4.5km/h (65 degrees E of N). Using the parallelogram method for vector addition, determine the joggers total displacement and his average velocity for his workout
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