Determine whether the vectors u and v are parallel, orthogonal, or neither. u = <3, 0>, v = <0, -6>

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Determine whether the vectors u and v are parallel, orthogonal, or neither. u = <3, 0>, v = <0, -6>

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From the previous question, you know how to find dot product of 2 vectors, right?
Yes, I believe so.
then, do it again, if u dot v =0 , then u and v are orthogonal

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0,0 Does this mean it is orthogonal?
hey, dot product is a NUMBER, not a vector, hence the result is 0, not (0,0) and you are right. they are orthogonal
Review the previous post. You get -41, it is a NUMBER,right??
Yes? No? your sister want to go to bed but I don't want to leave before making it clear.
So it is orthogonal then.
ok
what was that about his sister?

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