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Asked Sep 22, 2019

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Find two unit vectors orthogonal to a=⟨−3,−4,−4⟩ and b=⟨−5,0,5⟩**Note: **Enter your answers so that the first vector has a positive first coordinate.

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Step 1

Given that

Step 2

To find the unit vectors first find the value of *a* × *b* as it is orthogonal to both *a* and *b*.

Step 3

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