Posted by **jess** on Sunday, September 16, 2007 at 9:08pm.

Triangle ABC. The vector A(runs down y-axis) has a magnitude of 5. The vector B(runs across x-axis) has a magnitude of 10. The vector C has a magnitude of 15 and is at an angle of 30 degrees to the x-axis. Compute the following vectors by using both the graphical and component methods. Check to be sure your two answers agree.

D(1)=-A, D(2)=A+B, D(3)=A-B, D(4)=A-B+C, D(5)=3A+2C D(6)=A+(1.2)C

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