Calculus and vectors
posted by Melinda .
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1. When you add vectors geometrically:
a) vectors are aligned tail to tail
b) vectors are aligned head to head
c) vectors are aligned head to tail
d) vectors are put side by side
Is the answer D?

2. Adding a vector to the zero vector:
a) produces zero vector
b) preserves the nonzero vector
c) changes the vector's direction
d) reduces the vector's magnitude
Answer is B?

3. If A⃗ is any nonzero vector, a unit vector in the same direction of A⃗ would be:
a) A⃗A⃗
b) (1/A⃗) A⃗
c) (1/A⃗) A⃗
d) A⃗A⃗
Answer is A?

1c, 2b, 3b
You got one out of three. Were you just guessing?
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