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Find the vector, given its magnitude and direction angle. absolute value of u= 4 and theta= 119 degrees



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\(u\cos(\theta)i + u\sin(\theta)j\)

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im confused what does tht mean?

aum
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Substitute u = 4 and \(\theta = 119\) in the above equation and simplify.

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oh ok thanks

aum
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The xcomponent of the vector is \((u\cos\theta)\).
The ycomponent of the vector is \((u\sin\theta)\).

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kk thaniks