Posted by **Technoboi11** on Thursday, March 1, 2007 at 12:05am.

Two vectors are given by

a = 3.3i + 6.5j, and

b = 2.5i + 4.9j.

Find

a) a·b =

b) (a + b)·b =

c) the component of a in the direction of b =

a) (3.3x2.5) + (6.6x4.9) =

b) (5.8x2.5) + (11.4x4.9)=

c) (a·b)/(magnitude of b)=

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