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September 2, 2014

September 2, 2014

Posted by **youlife** on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at 7:22pm.

A⃗ =2y^+3z^

B⃗ = 3 x^+2z^

C⃗ = 3 x^+3y^

Calculate the following:

(a) A⃗ ⋅(B⃗ +C⃗ )=

(b) D⃗ =A⃗ ×(B⃗ +C⃗ )

Dx=

Dy=

Dz=

(c) A⃗ ⋅(B⃗ ×C⃗ )=

(d) G⃗ =A⃗ ×(B⃗ ×C⃗ )

Gx=

Gy=

Gz=

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