Hello, having a little trouble on an intro to physics homework problem. 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two bicyclists, starting at the same place, are riding toward the same campground by two different routes. One cyclist rides 1050 m due east and then turns due north and travels another 1430 m before reaching the campground. The second cyclist starts out by heading due north for 2000 m and then turns and heads directly toward the campground. 2. Relevant equations Pythagorean theorem? 3. The attempt at a solution I tried using the theorem (used 2000 m as C^2 and 1050 m as A^2 since that is the distance that the first biker traveled), doesn't seem to work out. I found out that the magnitude for the first biker is 1776? I believe that has to have some relevance to solving this problem. Thanks for the help.