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The components of vector A are Ax and Ay (both positive), and the angle that it makes with respect to the positive x axis is θ. Find the angle θ if the components of the displacement vector A are (a) Ax = 11 m and Ay = 11 m, (b) Ax = 19 m and Ay = 11 m, and (c) Ax = 11 m and Ay = 19 m.

a. tan(theta) = Ay/Ax =11 / 11 = 1,
theta = 45deg.
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