11 blocks: 1 more W and 10 S
It's a total of seven blocks... You would need to walk 5 blocks south, and 2 blocks east to end at your original starting place !
2 blocks west and then 3 blocks south
To complete the circle you would have to walk 10 blocks south and 1 block east to return to your starting point, 11 blocks.
3 blocks east
Edward and his family are sightseeing. They walk two blocks north, four blocks west and two blocks south. All together they have walked blocks and have a total displacement magnitude only of 8. 2+4+2=8
You finish 2 blocks east and 8 blocks south of your starting point.
North Park Blocks was created in 1869.
8 R1CO95- Well eight not 8. ^_^
subtract 1 from 2
That is incorrect. The distance travelled north cancels out the distance travelled south. Therefore - he only travels three blocks east.
3 blocks west
In order to answer the question you need to assume that the block lengths remain the same if you move North or South, or if you move East or West. Is that a realistic assumption?
he walked around the land to see if anyone was there and he walking around to explore around to see what is going on
a) Displacement: 4.00 blocks north + (6.00-3.00)=4.00 blocks north/ 3.00 blocks east= total displacementb) Total Distance: 3.00 + 4.00 + 6.00= 13.00 blocks
Ralph is one block north of his starting place, although he walked eleven blocks to get there. The Coordinate SolutionIf you consider the starting point at (0,0) and movement north /east as positive, and south / west as negative, you create the following movement. (0,0) + (4,0) + (0,2) + (-3, 0) + (0, -2) = (1,0) or 1 block north of the start.
2 blocks south
That depends on whether you are measuring in Brooklyn blocks or in Manhattan blocks.