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Questions 1-3 refer to the following scenario:IMAGE IS NOT AVAILABLE TO COPYAn explorer travels 30 $\mathrm{m}$ east, then 20$\sqrt{2} \mathrm{m}$ in a direction $45^{\circ}$ south of east, and then 140 $\mathrm{m}$ north.What is the distance traveled by the explorer?(A) 167.2 $\mathrm{m}$(B) 169 $\mathrm{m}$(C) 170 $\mathrm{m}$(D) 198.2 $\mathrm{m}$

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in this problem, we have given an explorer travel step in Middle East Demeter east and then 22 m in the direction of 45 degrees south of east. This is east, west, north and south. So not a single is 45 degree and the stances 22 and then travels 1 40 m in the north. Direction 1 14 m in the north direction. What is the distance traveled? So we will add all the distances. I don't understand what they called you. 30 plus 22 plus 1. 40. So we will add these three. This is equal to 30 plus 20 into two. One plus 1 40. So this is a cold 1. 98 point 28 m. Now we check our options. Option B with the correct option. Distance traveled by the explorer is the holder 1 98.2 m. Thank you.

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