Find the horizontal and vertical components of the vector with the given length and direction, and write the vector in terms of the vectors i and j. |v| = 3, θ = 225°

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Find the horizontal and vertical components of the vector with the given length and direction, and write the vector in terms of the vectors i and j. |v| = 3, θ = 225°

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I got that this equals v<[(-3sq2)/2]i,[(-3sq2)/2]j>
yup, but i, j form should be ....i +.....j However, depends on your prof's note. You are good.
it says it's wrong o.0

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instead of a comma it should be a + ?
ok, try \(\vec v= \dfrac{-3\sqrt2}{2}i -\dfrac{3\sqrt 2}{2}j\)
nopee doesn't want it.
:) good luck.
oh gosh ahha thanks.
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on the left is how i entered my answer, on the right is how it says to enter the answer ( the example problem)
I'll just ask the prof later -.- thanks for your help!

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