Let V1 = -6.4 i^ + 8.1 j^ and V2 = -4.5 j^ + 4.4 i^. Determine the magnitude of abs.(V1+V2)

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Let V1 = -6.4 i^ + 8.1 j^ and V2 = -4.5 j^ + 4.4 i^.

Determine the magnitude of abs.(V1+V2)

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