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A farmer builds three sections of a fence as shown in the figure where L = 10.00 m, and gets tired. Walking straight back to where he started, how far did he go. d=? Vector on Y-axis going to origin, L/2 vector going on Positive X Axis, vector going up L from the end of vector L/2, Vector L slanting from vector L to start of vector d

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  1. d=250

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  2. 45

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