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Find the direction and magnitude of the following vectors.
A⃗ =( 22 m )x^+( -15 m )y^
Express your answer in degrees using three significant figures.
θA =

Part B
Express your answer in meters using two significant figures.


|A⃗ | = m


Part C
B⃗ =( 2.5 m )x^+( 16 m )y^
Express your answer in meters using two significant figures.
θB =


Part D
Express your answer in meters using two significant figures.
|B⃗ | = m

Part E
A⃗ +B⃗
Express your answer in degrees using three significant figures.
θA⃗ +B⃗ =


Part F
Express your answer in meters using two significant figures.

|A⃗ +B⃗ | = m

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asked by ana22
  1. I am not going to just do these for you
    in general
    magnitude = sqrt (xcomponent^2+ycomponent^2)

    tan angle from x axis = ycomponent/xcomponent)

    to do A + B
    say
    C = (Ax+Bx)i + (Ay+By)j
    where i and j are unit vectors in x and y directions

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