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does anybody know how 5.26i-13.81j = 14.78?

asked by Anonymous
  1. your first clue is the fact that a vector is converted to a scalar. Right off, I'd try to get its magnitude.

    |5.26i-13.81j| = √(5.26^2 + 13.81^2)

    see what that gets you

    posted by Steve

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