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  1. ranyai12
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    Write the vector shown: Find a vector perpendicular to the vector shown: Find the vector projection of the vector shown in the graph on the standard basis vector i :

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    i in this case is the axis. The projection of the vector onto i is the amount of that vector that moves in that direction because it is the dot product of the vector with the unit vector you get \[vcos\theta\= projection of v on i\] so find the angle between the vector and the x axis and then plug into that formula. You could also take the dot product of v and i

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    thank you!

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