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- anonymous

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- anonymous

I got numbers 14 and 16 wrong. Can someone help me?

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im here

- anonymous

Please help

- anonymous

ok let me see... 14 and 16 right?

- anonymous

Yep

- anonymous

u do know that the answer is on the top of the problem

- anonymous

lol That is the answer that I put before. But I got it wrong.

- anonymous

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- mathmate

@OM14forever
R u there?

- anonymous

yep

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- mathmate

For #14, you'd look at the diagram of vector AB in #13, right?

- anonymous

Yes

- mathmate

So to go from A to B, how many squares along the x-axis do you count?

- anonymous

4

- mathmate

Good, so that's the x-component.
How about from A to B along the y-axis? How many squares?

- anonymous

0

- anonymous

I think..... maybe 1

- mathmate

Good! That's the y-component.
Do you know how to write a vector in component form?

- anonymous

So 1 is the y component?

- mathmate

No, 0, since from A to B, it didn't go upwards nor downwards. I answered your first attempt.

- anonymous

So 4,0?

- mathmate

Yes, but do you know how to write the vector in component form?

- anonymous

No

- mathmate

Some people write it as <4,0>, some as (4,0), and there may be other ways.
Look at your previous questions, and figure out which one they expect.

- anonymous

I don't have any other problems like it besides 16

- anonymous

So idk lol

- rainbow_rocks03

@ikram002p @OM14forever needs help

- anonymous

@mathmate Is the answer to 16. 4,3?

- ikram002p

which one you need ?

- mathmate

Yes, that's correct.
If you don't know which way it's written, write it as <4,3>. It's more common and less confusing.

- anonymous

When I answered 14 and 16 before..... I said that 14 is 4,0 and 16 is 4,3 but I got them both wrong

- mathmate

Then it's the way you write it.
Try <4,0> for #14, and if that doesn't work, try (4,0).
There should have been instructions in your lesson to write a vector.

- anonymous

I only have one more chance to get it right. So I hope the way I choose works. Thx for your help. :)

- anonymous

Can you help me on one more problem if I tag you?

- mathmate

You're welcome! :)
(try one at a time! lol)

- mathmate

You can tag me any time!

- anonymous

Ok lol. Thx

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