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Ac3
 one year ago
Two beetles run across flat sand, starting at the same point. Beetle 1 runs 0.50 m due east, then 0.90 m at 29° north of due east. Beetle 2 also makes two runs and the first is 1.6 m at 41° east of due north.
(a) What must be the magnitude of its second run if it is to end up at the new location of beetle 1?
(b) In what direction must it run?(counterclockwise from due east)
Ac3
 one year ago
Two beetles run across flat sand, starting at the same point. Beetle 1 runs 0.50 m due east, then 0.90 m at 29° north of due east. Beetle 2 also makes two runs and the first is 1.6 m at 41° east of due north. (a) What must be the magnitude of its second run if it is to end up at the new location of beetle 1? (b) In what direction must it run?(counterclockwise from due east)

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IrishBoy123
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0you should put it in a drawing :p
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