Week 5 Fall 2019 Three vectors 13 of 15 Review | Constants Consider three vectors AB and C all lying in the ry plane. Vector A has length 6.7 and makes an angle of 131 degrees with the -axis. Vector Bhas length 6.9 and makes an angle of 32 degrees with the -axis. The vector D= A+ B+C has -component Dx 3.2 and y-component Dy 6.7 Find the magnitude of the vector C Express your answer to 2 significant figures. 2.7 Previous Answers Submit Correct Part B Find the angle in degrees that vector C makes measured counterclockwise from the -axis. Express your answer the nearest degree. Πνα ΑΣφ - 49.1 Previous Answers Request Answer Submit Incorrect Try Again: 5 attempts remaining

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Week 5 Fall 2019
Three vectors
13 of 15
Review | Constants
Consider three vectors AB and C all lying in the ry plane.
Vector A has length 6.7 and makes an angle of 131 degrees
with the -axis. Vector Bhas length 6.9 and makes an angle
of 32 degrees with the -axis. The vector D= A+ B+C
has -component Dx 3.2 and y-component Dy 6.7
Find the magnitude of the vector C
Express your answer to 2 significant figures.
2.7
Previous Answers
Submit
Correct
Part B
Find the angle in degrees that vector C makes measured counterclockwise from the -axis.
Express your answer the nearest degree.
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Week 5 Fall 2019 Three vectors 13 of 15 Review | Constants Consider three vectors AB and C all lying in the ry plane. Vector A has length 6.7 and makes an angle of 131 degrees with the -axis. Vector Bhas length 6.9 and makes an angle of 32 degrees with the -axis. The vector D= A+ B+C has -component Dx 3.2 and y-component Dy 6.7 Find the magnitude of the vector C Express your answer to 2 significant figures. 2.7 Previous Answers Submit Correct Part B Find the angle in degrees that vector C makes measured counterclockwise from the -axis. Express your answer the nearest degree. Πνα ΑΣφ - 49.1 Previous Answers Request Answer Submit Incorrect Try Again: 5 attempts remaining

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