   Chapter 11.2, Problem 57E

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# Finding a VectorIn Exercises 59–62, find the vector z given that u = 〈 1 , 2 , 3 〉 , v = 〈 2 , 2 , − 1 〉 , and w = 〈 4 , 0 , − 4 〉 . z = u − v + w

To determine

To calculate: The vector z=uv+w when u=1, 2, 3,v=2, 2,1 and w=4, 0,4.

Explanation

Given:

The vectors are u=1, 2, 3,v=2, 2,1 and w=4, 0,4.

Calculation:

Consider, u=1, 2, 3,v=2, 2,1 and w=4, 0,4

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