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Homework Help: Math/Vectors

Posted by Kate on Sunday, October 17, 2010 at 11:00pm.

If a point on the surface of a sphere with its center at the origin has coordinates (9,4,6) how do you show the radius connecting the origin to this point as a position vector. Is it simply [9,4,6] or is it more complicated than that. Thanks.

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