Difference Between Distance And Displacement

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Today we will explore the difference between distance and displacement by creating ??maps?? for your peers. Your destination will be an assigned classroom), and you will base the map from this classroom. We have already discussed the difference between distance and displacement, and you will need to use the Pythagorean Theorem for the displacement. To simplify this measuring, you do not need to consider going up or down stairs in your data; all measurements will be done from the stairwell doors
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