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Find the resultant displacement of a bear searching for berries on the mountain. The bear heads 55.0º north of west for 15.0 m; then it turns and heads to the west for another 7.00 m. (Use trigonometry to answer, but remember to draw a diagram to help your understanding.)
I just need to find the displacement. I have been trying to do this problem for a very long time now.. My teacher told me it was more than 16 and less than 25. Can someone help me??
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Find the resultant displacement of a bear searching for berries on the mountain. The bear heads 55.0º north of west for 15.0 m; then it turns and heads to the west for another 7.00 m. (Use trigonometry to answer, but remember to draw a diagram to help your understanding.) I just need to find the displacement. I have been trying to do this problem for a very long time now.. My teacher told me it was more than 16 and less than 25. Can someone help me??
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