   Chapter 11.1, Problem 41E

Chapter
Section
Textbook Problem

# Finding MagnitudesIn Exercises 39–42, find the following.(a) ‖ u ‖ (b) ‖ v ‖ (c) ‖ u + v ‖ (d) ‖ u ‖ u ‖ ‖ (e) ‖ v ‖ v ‖ ‖ (f) ‖ u + v ‖ u + v ‖ ‖ u = 〈 1 , 1 2 〉 ,     v = 〈 2 , 3 〉

a)

To determine
u

Explanation

Given: u=1,12, v=2,3

Explanation:

u=

b)

To determine
v

c)

To determine
u+v

d)

To determine
uu

e)

To determine
vv

f)

To determine
u+vu+v

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