# Physics

posted by Sophia

A person walks 21 m East and then walks 34 m at an angle 32◦ North of East. What is the magnitude of the total displacement?

1. Henry

Disp. = 21 + 34m[32o].
Disp. = (21+34*Cos32) + (34*sin32)i = 49.8 + 18.0i.

Disp. = sqrt(49.8^2+18^2)

2. Zoe

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