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Hi,
I've been puzzling over this problem.
I think the answer isVector A lies in the first quadrant, whereas vector B in the second quadrant. Neither vector is parallel to the x-axis. What can be said with certainty about their sum C = A + B? Choose all answers that apply.
C lies in the first quadrant.
Its component Cx is positive.
Its component Cy is positive.
Its length C is nonzero.
Because you're adding two vectors that are in quadrants I and II, then the y component of the new vector should be positive. Is this correct?Its component Cy is positive.