In an assembly operation illustrated in Figure P3.38, a robot moves an object first straight upward and

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In an assembly operation illustrated in Figure P3.38, a robot moves an object first straight upward and then also to the east, around an arc forming one quarter of a circle of radius 4.80 cm that lies in an east-west vertical plane. The robot then moves the object upward and to the north, through a quarter of a circle of radius 3.70 cm that lies in a north-south vertical plane. Find (a) the magnitude of the total displacement of the object, and (b) the angle the total displacement makes with the vertical.

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Figure P3.38

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The area of a circle is given by the formula:
A = ?r^2
Where A is the area, ? is a mathematical constant (approximately 3.14), and r is the radius of the circle. The radius is the distance from the center of the circle to the edge.
So for example, if the radius of a circle is 5 units, the area would be:
A = ?(5^2) = ?(25) = 78.5 square units
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