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Last question for the school year! Please help ASAP!!

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  1. zerbzo
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  2. Study23
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    To find the length of a vector, simply take the square root of the sum of the squares, \(\ \huge \sqrt{4+16+25} \). This, \(\ \huge \sqrt{45} \), or \(\ \huge 3\sqrt{5} \). Does that make sense to you?

  3. zerbzo
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    so it would be \[3\sqrt{5} \right?\]

  4. Study23
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    Length of vector: \(\ \huge \sqrt{x^2 + y^2 + z^2} .\)

  5. Study23
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    Yes, \(\ \huge 3\sqrt{5} \).

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    Thank you!!

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