physics - help !!!!!!!!

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The magnitude of a vector is always :
- a positive number
- greater than 1
- an integer
- none of the above.

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  • physics - help !!!!!!!! -

    These are vectors

    24@315deg
    -34@54deg
    .72354 @0deg

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