Hello. I've just joined the physics help forums from a link on the math help forums. I'm actually an undergraduate student, but I figured this problem would fit under this section since it's introductory physics.
I'm working on test corrections, so that I can get half credit for the points I missed. I'm still totally stuck on this problem, so any help would be appreciated.
A delivery man travels 35 mi northwest to his first stop, 60 mi in a direction 35° west of south to his second stop. His third stop is supposed to be 100 mi west of his original position. What must his third displacement be (magnitude and direction) for him to reach his destination?
