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Asked Feb 11, 2019

Two vectors vector A and vector B have precisely equal magnitudes. In order for the magnitude of vector A + vector B to be 110 times larger than the magnitude of vector A - vector B, what must be the angle between them?

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Step 1

Magnitude of A + B is 110 times the magnitude of A B. Therefore,

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Step 2

Squaring both sides and using the fact that the magnitudes of A and B are equal,

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Step 3

Re-arranging the abo...

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