DominiRican1013
  • DominiRican1013
Evaluate the following expression: -1(5,-1) + 2(1,1) A. (5,-2) B. (-3,3) C. (5,-2) D. (7,1)
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mathmate
  • mathmate
Hint: use the scalar multiplication property: s(a,b)=(sa+sb). For example, 5(-2,1)=(5(-2),5*1)=(-10,5)
DominiRican1013
  • DominiRican1013
I need help with a different question
anonymous
  • anonymous
kool what is it

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DominiRican1013
  • DominiRican1013
What is the length (magnitude) of the vector (-3,2) A. \[\sqrt{2}\] B. \[\sqrt{13}\] C. 0 D. 3
DominiRican1013
  • DominiRican1013
Does anyone know this?
anonymous
  • anonymous
im working it out hold up please
DominiRican1013
  • DominiRican1013
it says im typing but i wasnt lol
DominiRican1013
  • DominiRican1013
is it square root of 13
DominiRican1013
  • DominiRican1013
It was square root of 13 thank you for trying to help though :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
ight finally its and nvm u got it i tried damn
DominiRican1013
  • DominiRican1013
You gt a medal for trying though :D
DominiRican1013
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I have another question though
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Evaluate the dot product of (2,4) and (1,-2)

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