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What is the magnitude and direction of if G(2, -2) and H(7, 6)? Answer magnitude: 9.43 units; direction 32.01° magnitude: 9.43 units: direction: 57.99° magnitude: 6.4 units: direction: 32.01° magnitude: 6.4 units; direction: 57.99°

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  1. sunsetlove
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    my bro is here to help me

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    Distance formula gives you the magnitude

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    ok

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    So \[\sqrt{(7-2)^2 + (6-(-2))^2}\]

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    \[\sqrt{5^2 + 8^2}\]

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    & for direction use tan(angle )

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    25 + 64

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    good

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    so \[\sqrt{89}\]

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    Im not sure what that number is. I cant find my calculator.

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    Its 9.something

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    its 9.43

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    Ok good.

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    what about the second half

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    Ok lemme see, i forgot how to do that.

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    i dot to go sorry thank u ill get it later

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    Ok sorry i forgot how to do the second part.

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  18. GT
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    |dw:1327169253744:dw|

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    You need to measure this angle: |dw:1327169304502:dw|

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    Tan(x) = 8/5 Find x.

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    ^ ahh ok

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  22. amitlpu91
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    or u can simply apply tan(angle) as ---|dw:1327169661006:dw|

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  23. amitlpu91
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    so its simply............|dw:1327169739384:dw|

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