Geometry

If vector v has an initial point at (2, 3) and a terminal point at (6, 6) and vector w has an initial point at (3, 2) and a terminal point at (6, 6), are the two vectors equivalent?
A) Yes, they have the same magnitude and same direction.
B) No, they have the same direction but different magnitude.
C) No, they have the same magnitude but different direction.
D) No, they have different magnitude and different direction.
E) Yes, they have the same magnitude and the direction does not matter.

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  1. vector v = <(6-2,6-3)> = <4,3)
    vector w = <3,4>
    magnitude v = √(16+9) = 5
    magnitude w = √(9+16) = 5
    what about their slopes?

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