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## You park your car, and start walking west on Robinson Street at a speed of 2.1 m/s. After 16 minutes, you turn left. It really is a beautifu

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You park your car, and start walking west on Robinson Street at a speed of 2.1 m/s. After 16 minutes, you turn left. It really is a beautiful day out, and so you slow your speed to 1.1 m/s and continue walking to the south on Rosalind Avenue for another 12 minutes. At this point, you realize that you have a library book on hold at the downtown branch, and decide to make a quick detour to pick it up. You turn right and jog west at a speed of 3.4 m/s for 28 seconds to cross the street before the light changes. At this point, how far (in meters) are you from your car?

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Answer:The distance is 2077.77m

Step-by-step explanation:GivenRepresent speed with s and time with t—- Left— South—- RightRequiredHow far are you from your car?

To solve this question, I will use the attached image to illustrate the movement.First, we calculate distance ABUsing:—- LeftConvert min to secsNext, we calculate the distance BCUsing:— SouthNext, we calculate distance CDUsing:—- RightThe distance between you and the car is represented as AD.Considering triangle AOD, we have:Where:andSo:The equation becomes:— approximated