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a boat leaves shore and travels 30km east and then 15km 50 degree South of east Find the resultant the boats resultant displacement?

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    (30,0) + (9.64,-11.50) = (39.64,-11.50)
    √(39.64^2 + 11.50^2) = 41.27
    tanθ = -11.50/39.64

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