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a) The vector in the opposite direction to u=<5,−1> and of half its length is??
b) The vector of length 10 and in the same direction as v=<4,−5> is



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wio
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What don't you understand about the problem?

abc123!
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i don't know where to start or end

zzr0ck3r
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think about the point (5,1) how can we find the opposite direction?

zzr0ck3r
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<5,?>

abc123!
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can u just give me the answer

zzr0ck3r
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if i go to the right 5 and down 1, the opposite of that would be to go to the left 5 and up 1

abc123!
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can u please just give me the answer

Fosterthepeople
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its B now go to bed

abc123!
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just answer the stupid question

Fosterthepeople
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i said its B NOW GO TO BED

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no. a and b are seperate questions. u need to find the vectors that fit the descriptions. idiot

viniterranova
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What do you do when you have to divide something by half?? You can multiply by 1/2.

Fosterthepeople
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abc you wanna change the tone? also we could report you for spamming. Do the pellet yourself

viniterranova
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If you want a opposite vector just multiply by 1.