   Chapter 11.1, Problem 8E

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Textbook Problem

# 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 ,   − 1 ) ( 11 ,   − 4 ) v :   ( 10 , 13 ) ( 25 ,   10 )

To determine
The vectors u and v

Explanation

Given:

Initial point       Terminal pointu : (-4,-1) (11,-4)v : (10, 13) (25,10)

Explanation:

. If the end points of a vector are given by (a, b),(c, d), then the vector is (c-a)i+(d-b)j.

u=[(11(4)]i<

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