Vector addition: A person's total displacement after two separate displacements

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Homework Statement


A man walks 120m [S 23 E] Then turns and walks 60m [S 10 N] draw a careful sketch of this situation and then solve for the displacement, you do not have to solve for the direction

2. Relevant equation:
Cosine law

The Attempt at a Solution


Solution attempt is attached as a photo, I think I might have done it right but I would like someone to check it over
 

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Homework Statement


A man walks 120m [S 23 E] Then turns and walks 60m [S 10 N] solve for the displacement
You have transcribed the problem poorly. However, the result looks good to me.
 

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