CorrectConstantsA student bikes to school by traveling first dN 1.00 miles north, then dw -0.300 miles west, and finally ds 0.200 miles southPart EIf a bird were to start out from the origin (where the student starts) and fly directly (in a straight line) to the school, what distance dp would the bird cover?Express your answer in milesView Available Hint(s)db 0.854 milesrevious Answerevious AnsweCorrectThis direct distance is sometimes called the distance "as the crow flies."▼ Part FFinally, find ф, the angle north of west of the path followed by the birdExpress your answer numerically in degreesFigureof 1View Available Hint(s).yegreesSubmitPrevious AnswerXIncorrect, Try Again; 5 attempts remainingProvide Feedback

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A student bikes to school by traveling first dN 1.00 miles north, then dw -
0.300 miles west, and finally ds 0.200 miles south
Part E
If a bird were to start out from the origin (where the student starts) and fly directly (in a straight line) to the school, what distance dp would the bird cover?
Express your answer in miles
View Available Hint(s)
db 0.854 miles
revious Answer
evious Answe
Correct
This direct distance is sometimes called the distance "as the crow flies."
▼ Part F
Finally, find ф, the angle north of west of the path followed by the bird
Express your answer numerically in degrees
Figure
of 1
View Available Hint(s)
.y
egrees
Submit
Previous Answer
X
Incorrect, Try Again; 5 attempts remaining
Provide Feedback
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Correct Constants A student bikes to school by traveling first dN 1.00 miles north, then dw - 0.300 miles west, and finally ds 0.200 miles south Part E If a bird were to start out from the origin (where the student starts) and fly directly (in a straight line) to the school, what distance dp would the bird cover? Express your answer in miles View Available Hint(s) db 0.854 miles revious Answer evious Answe Correct This direct distance is sometimes called the distance "as the crow flies." ▼ Part F Finally, find ф, the angle north of west of the path followed by the bird Express your answer numerically in degrees Figure of 1 View Available Hint(s) .y egrees Submit Previous Answer X Incorrect, Try Again; 5 attempts remaining Provide Feedback

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The angle north of west ϕ of the path followed by the bird is the angle between db and negative x axis. Therefore,

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