Problem: A unit vector parallel to vector V = (2, -3, 6) is ?

Answer is (-.29, .43, -.85)

Thanks. I thought to find a parallel vector you have to multiply through by the same number, so I chose the answer (-2, 3, -6)

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- November 25th 2011, 11:21 AMbenny92000Finding parallel unit vector
Problem: A unit vector parallel to vector V = (2, -3, 6) is ?

Answer is (-.29, .43, -.85)

Thanks. I thought to find a parallel vector you have to multiply through by the same number, so I chose the answer (-2, 3, -6) - November 25th 2011, 11:38 AMPlatoRe: Finding parallel unit vector
- November 25th 2011, 12:33 PMbenny92000Re: Finding parallel unit vector
Ok, and can the length be -7, as well? As in divide through by -7 to find the right answer? That is what my book says, so I just wanted to verify this.

- November 25th 2011, 12:41 PMPlatoRe: Finding parallel unit vector