Ahawk leaves its nest in fort worth and travels 3,000 meters east. after snacking on a tasty rodent

Ahawk leaves its nest in fort worth and travels 3,000 meters east. after snacking on a tasty rodent the hawk flies another 1,500 meters east

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  1. I think the logical question here is to either find the distance or the displacement. They differ in such a way that distance is a scalar quantity that does not focus on the direction. Displacement is a vector quantity that covers the distance from the starting point to end point. Because it travels only in one direction (to the east), in this condition, distance is equal to displacement.

    Distance =  Displacement = 3,000 m + 1,500 m = 4,500 m

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