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    what do you need help with master?

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    haha its about vectors. Do you know anything about those?

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    hehehe XD lol

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    ok, so i need to find AB (with that vector thing over it) and the same thing but with it between 2 lines. You know what im talking about?

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    yes

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    ok so it gives me A(1,1), B(5, 4) Whats the answers?

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    is there some formula?

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    If you want to find the vector from A to B, then you subtract the coordinates (B - A) 5 - 1 = 4 4 - 1 = 3 So the vector AB is <4, 3> Basically you start at (1,1) and you go 4 units to the right and 3 units up to land on (5,4), which is exactly what the vector <4,3> is telling you

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