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anonymous
 3 years ago
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3. In problems 3 and 4, let u = <1, 3>, v = <2, 4>, and w = <2, 5>. Find the component form of the vector.
2u + 3w
A. <0, 1>
B. <5, 12>
C.<2, 3>
D. <1, 2>
E. <3, 8>
F. <4, 9>
.
4. 2u  3v
A. <1, 7>
B. <0, 5>
C.<0, 10>
D. <8, 18>
E. <4, 18>
F. <3, 1>
anonymous
 3 years ago
Help me :( 3. In problems 3 and 4, let u = <1, 3>, v = <2, 4>, and w = <2, 5>. Find the component form of the vector. 2u + 3w A. <0, 1> B. <5, 12> C.<2, 3> D. <1, 2> E. <3, 8> F. <4, 9> . 4. 2u  3v A. <1, 7> B. <0, 5> C.<0, 10> D. <8, 18> E. <4, 18> F. <3, 1>

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s3a
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1To get 2u from u, you multiply all the components of u by 2. Toget 2u + w, you add all the components of 2u with all the components of w.

anonymous
 3 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0number 1 is F number 2 is E
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