Calculus and vectors

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|C|=5 and |D|=8. The angle formed by vectors C and D is 35 degrees, and the angle formed by vectors A and C is 40 degrees. Determine |B|.

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    what B?

    Are C and D inside A and C? Ya gotta describe things in detail.

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