if v1=(2,5) and v2=(4,-3) then the angle between the two vectors is_____. round the answer to two deciaml places

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if v1=(2,5) and v2=(4,-3) then the angle between the two vectors is_____. round the answer to two deciaml places

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\[cos(t)=\frac{v1.v2}{|v1||v2|}\]

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even tho the tangent thing would work as well :)
105.07
cos(t) = -7/5sqrt(29) t = arccos(-7/5sqrt(29))
105 degrees or so is good
Yeah, I'll just stick with tangent. I suppose your way is faster, but I don't know.....
its easier when the angles arent split on the x axis :)
otherwise that tangent is just as suitable
I suppose.
I doubt it though. I'd still figure out a way to use tangent discreetly

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