Posted by **rebekah** on Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at 9:18pm.

Any vector can be written as a unit vector multiplied by the magnitude of the vector (a positive scalar). Write each of the following vectors as the magnitude of the vector times the appropriate unit vector:

< 0.00330, 0, -0.00330 >

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