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Using the given figure, calculate the distance π and the displacement π of a body that moves from point π΄ to point πΆ and then returns to point π΅.

The distance from point π΄ to point π΅ is 28 centimeters. And the distance from point B to point πΆ is 24 centimeters. In order to calculate the distance, we need to add the distance from π΄ to πΆ to the distance from πΆ to π΅.

Well, the distance from π΄ to πΆ is 52 centimeters. 28 plus 24 equals 52. And the distance from πΆ to π΅ is 24 centimeters. This means that the total distance is 76 centimeters. π equals 76.

In order to work out the displacement, we need to work out the distance from the start point, π΄, to the final point, π΅. In this case, it is the distance from π΄ to π΅. The distance from π΄ to π΅ is 28 centimeters. Therefore, the displacement of the body, π , is 28 centimeters.

If a body moves from point π΄ to point πΆ then returns to point π΅, its distance travelled is 76 centimeters. And its displacement is 28 centimeters.