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a person walks due east for 10 meters and then due north for 10 meters. what is the total displacement?

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  1. sqrt(10^2+10^2)= 14.14m

    The total displacement is 14m North East

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  2. A person walks due East for 10 meters and then due North for 10 meters. What is the total displacement?

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  3. answer is 14.14 meters

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  4. A person walks due East for 10 meters and then due North for 10 meters. What is the total displacement?the answer is 20 meters

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