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Problem 3.13
3 of 12
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Constants | Periodic Table
Part A
For the vectors shown in (Figure 1), determine B – 2A.Caption: Vector magnitudes are
given in arbitrary units.
Figure
< 1 of 1 >
Express your answer in terms of the unit vectors i and j. To denote vectors in your
answers, be sure to select the 'unit vector' button.
nν ΑΣφ
Ä (A = 44.0)
28.0°
B – 2Ã =
56.0°
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Č (C=31.0)
P Pearson
B (B = 26.5)
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Transcribed Image Text:Problem 3.13 3 of 12 <> Constants | Periodic Table Part A For the vectors shown in (Figure 1), determine B – 2A.Caption: Vector magnitudes are given in arbitrary units. Figure < 1 of 1 > Express your answer in terms of the unit vectors i and j. To denote vectors in your answers, be sure to select the 'unit vector' button. nν ΑΣφ Ä (A = 44.0) 28.0° B – 2Ã = 56.0° Request Answer Submit Č (C=31.0) P Pearson B (B = 26.5)
Problem 3.13
3 of 12
Constants | Periodic Table
Part B
For the vectors shown in the figure, determine 2A – 3B + 20. Caption: Vector
magnitudes are given in arbitrary units.
Express your answer in terms of the unit vectors i and j. To denote vectors in your
answers, be sure to select the 'unit vector' button.
Figure
< 1 of 1
nνα ΑΣφ
2A - ЗВ + 20-
Ä (A = 44.0)
28.0°
56.0
Submit
Request Answer
Č (C= 31.0)
Provide Feedback
Next >
P Pearson
B (B = 26.5)
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Transcribed Image Text:Problem 3.13 3 of 12 Constants | Periodic Table Part B For the vectors shown in the figure, determine 2A – 3B + 20. Caption: Vector magnitudes are given in arbitrary units. Express your answer in terms of the unit vectors i and j. To denote vectors in your answers, be sure to select the 'unit vector' button. Figure < 1 of 1 nνα ΑΣφ 2A - ЗВ + 20- Ä (A = 44.0) 28.0° 56.0 Submit Request Answer Č (C= 31.0) Provide Feedback Next > P Pearson B (B = 26.5)
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