  # (124 unread) - smith3826@yahoS Sample Exam Physics 013bMy Questions | bartleby(43) Buddy Hield can't get emotixXNot secure huscience.org/phys013/index.php/sample-exam/C7. Calculate the dot product of a li+2j+1k and b 1i+1j-3k.8. Calculate the cross product of a = li+2j+1k and b=li+1j-3k.9. Calculate the dot product of vectors a and b if a 2, b=3, and the anglebetween them is 90 degrees.10. Calculate the magnitude of the cross product of vectors a and b if a=2,b 3, and the angle between them is 90 degrees11. A particle travels on the x axis. If its velocity is 10m/s at t 2s, what is itsvelocity at t0 seconds if it accelerates at 1m/s??12. What is the maximum height of a ball thrown upwards at 10 m/s?(assume g 10m/s213. How far does a ball go if it has an initial velocity of +10m/s verticallyand +10 m/s horizontally? (assume g=10m/s)

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Dot product of two vectors

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The dot product of a and b is

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