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A person drives a car for a distance of 450.0 m. The

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A person drives a car for a distance of 450.0 m. The displacement of the car is illustrated in the drawing. What are the scalar components of this displacement vector? (a) Ax 0 m and Ay 450.0 m (b) Ax 0 m and Ay 450.0 m (c) Ax 450.0 m and Ay 450.0 m (d) Ax 450.0 m and Ay 0 m (e) Ax 450.0 m and Ay 450.0 m A

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