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what vector operation whould we perform on these?
thats a vector operation fer sure; but is it applicable:)
i dont know if we add them of what lol
well my guess is I have to do something to find magnitude....
dot product doesnt give a magnitude per se; just a scalar amount
it fels empty without you amistre
lol.... um.. glad to hear :)
it should at least feel quezy now that im back :
you gobble up medals like hell
just call me pac-man lol
we can create linear representations maybe?
2000 for a laptop, is that what im reading?
I think V has two prices for two different laptops
right, but the vector itself is an arrow with a slope of y/x... its component parts
ok I gotcha... so the 3900 laptops cost 2000
i cant parse the question tho... how much revenue was made in order to know how much 5% of an increase is....
revenue = number sold * price per unit right?
uhm.. idk it doesn't say... but yes revenue does equal that A) u.(1.05)llvll B) 1.05(u.v) C) 1.05llu.vll D) 1.05llull.v E) 1.05(u+v)
that helps :) 1.05 is the amount you would normal multiply by to find the total paid for something..
B makes no sense; since dpt product doesnt produce another vector..
A makes no sense since you cant dot product to a number
right....I still don't really get the 1.05 thing but that's ok I guess
c is asking for the magnitude of a scalar number which is pointless
E? that would be my guess
E is the only one that makes sense to me as far as vectot operations go
ok That's what i had down , but wasn't sure Thank you....
when will you know if its right :)
Uhm idk when I turn it in I guess... I have six more problems to work through with dot product and vectors and what not
I think it might be d actually.
Oh wait, no. I misread that
B makes the most sense to me. (u.v) would be the revenue (the quantities of each laptop produced times that laptop's price). So 1.05*(u.v) would increase the revenue by 5%.
Unit analysis comes in handy here. u.v =
. < money/quantity, money/quantity>
= (quantity * money/quantity) + (quantity * money/quantity) = money
u+v = . < money/quantity, money/quantity>
Which doesn't really make sense for revenue to be a vector.
doesnt (u.v) represent a vector produced from a scalar amount tho? not quite sure how to read the notation
ya you were right it was b....
The dot product of vectors is a scalar.