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What is the displacement of the explorer?(A) 130 $\mathrm{m}$(B) 169 $\mathrm{m}$(C) 170 $\mathrm{m}$(D) 215 $\mathrm{m}$

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the displacement. Often Explorer can be found by from a diagram. Um, so initially. So we're, um So the displacement will be from here to here. So this is our displacement. To find this, we we don't know this part. So will find this part. And we don't know this part's toe minus. So you find this. We call it a telex. He's a work. This place is dispensed with the ex direction, which is a 30. So from here to here, we have a 30. This will be 30 30 plus 20 times square. Root off too. Calls 45 course, 45 degrees. This is called the O. So in a presentable is 50. Where's Dewie can be found by, um 20 square root off two signed. 45 signed 45 plus 1 40 So this gives us, um 1 20 Then our displacement. The less we call this is a delicious will be equal to screwed off. They'll x square plus delta y square and substituting the values for Del X and a Y. This gives us ah, displacement off 1 30 Media. So are what is right. End off the problem. Thank you for watching

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