Posted by **sam** on Thursday, October 28, 2010 at 1:44pm.

Vector A is given by A = c x + 6 y, and vector B is given by B = 4.8 x - 16.2 y, where x and y are the x and y unit vectors. What does c need to be such that these two vectors are perpendicular?

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