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Homework Help: Calculus and vectors

Posted by Melinda on Friday, March 23, 2012 at 4:03pm.

A parallelogram is formed by R^3 by the vectors PA=(3,2,-3) and PB=(4,1,5). The point P=(0,2,3).

a) what are the location of the vertices?

b) what are the vectors representing the diagonals?

c) what are the length of the diagonals?

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