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    Using a scale drawing "mind" the length

    Hi,

    I have part of a question that is asking me to:

    Using a scale drawing "mind" the length of the vector a+b

    I have no idea what mind means here.
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    Re: Using a scale drawing "mind" the length

    Quote Originally Posted by Googl View Post
    Hi,

    I have part of a question that is asking me to:

    Using a scale drawing "mind" the length of the vector a+b

    I have no idea what mind means here.

    mind=think.

    I think...
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    Re: Using a scale drawing "mind" the length

    think the length of vector a+b

    How can I do that?
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    Re: Using a scale drawing "mind" the length

    Quote Originally Posted by Googl View Post
    Hi,

    I have part of a question that is asking me to:

    Using a scale drawing "mind" the length of the vector a+b

    I have no idea what mind means here.
    Typo for "find"

    CB
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    Re: Using a scale drawing "mind" the length

    Quote Originally Posted by googl View Post
    think the length of vector a+b

    how can i do that?

    lol !
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