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What are three real-world applications for vector projections? Thank you.

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    1) Spacecraft and aircraft guidance and navigation
    2) Civil engineering (strength of materials and structures)
    3) Global positioning satellite calculatiopn of velocity and location
    4) Motion of complex systems

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