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Constants
Part A
Let vectors A- (2,1,-4), B
C (-1, -1,2)
Calculate the following
(-3,0,1), and
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A B-
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Part B
What is the angle θΑΒ between A and B?
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ΑΣ
radians
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Transcribed Image Text:Constants Part A Let vectors A- (2,1,-4), B C (-1, -1,2) Calculate the following (-3,0,1), and View Available Hint(s) A B- Submit Part B What is the angle θΑΒ between A and B? View Available Hint(s) ΑΣ radians Submit
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