## Essential University Physics: Volume 1 (4th Edition)

$\vec{r} = 131\hat{i} + 92\hat{j} \ \ km$
We know that your x position is given by: $x = rcos \theta$ and that your y position is given by: $y = rsin \theta$ We plug in 35 for theta and 160 km for r to have: $\vec{r} = 131\hat{i} + 92\hat{j} \ \ km$