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Two dogs are fighting over a stuffed animal. One pulls to the right with a force of 88 N at 18° above the horizontal. The other pulls down and to the left with a force of 74 N at 12° below the horizontal. Ignoring the weight of the toy, if the total work on the animal horizontally was 45.2 J and vertically was 35.4 J, what is the magnitude of the total displacement of the animal?

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