On the Cartesian plane, if vector WV extendeds from the origin to (2,1) how do you make vector WV = 0, cordinates are in the (I,J) format.
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Originally Posted by tigerpaw On the Cartesian plane, if vector WV extendeds from the origin to (2,1) how do you make vector WV = 0, cordinates are in the (I,J) format. I have no idea what you mean by "make vector WV= 0". You are telling us that WV= $\displaystyle 2\vec{i}+ \vec{j}$ and that is NOT 0.
answers were similar to: a. -2i + 1j b. 1/2i - 1j c. -2i - ij
Originally Posted by tigerpaw answers were similar to: a. -2i + 1j b. 1/2i - 1j c. -2i - 1j If the question were, which of the above vectors do you add to WV to get the zere vector 0 then the answer is c. Note the 'red' correction.
Originally Posted by tigerpaw answers were similar to: a. -2i + 1j b. 1/2i - 1j c. -2i - ij If you are asked to find a vector such that the product of WV and this vector equals zero then the answer is b)
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