Posted by **alana** on Thursday, August 23, 2012 at 6:48pm.

Given vectors u= (1,-1,3) and v= (-4,5,3) find an ordered triple that represents vectors 3u-2v.

a.(16,1,-7)

b.(11,-13,3)

c.(10,-12,1)

d.(7,-7,16)

I don't want you to straight up give me the answer. I need someone to teach me how to solve this problem. I am home schooled and i cant figure this out.

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