   Chapter 11.1, Problem 6E

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# Equivalent Vectors In Bunches 5-8, find the vector: u and v whose initial and terminal points are given. Show that u and v are equivalent.Initial PointTerminal Point u :   ( − 4 ,   0 ) ( 1 , 8 ) v:     ( 2 , − 1 ) ( 7 ,   7 )

To determine

To Calculate: The vectors u and v.

Explanation

Given:

Initial point       Terminal pointu : (-4, 0) (1,8)v : (2,1) (7,7)

Calculation: If v1 be a vector with p(a1,a2) an initial point and q(a3,a4) an terminal point the as v1 = (a3a1)i^+(a

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