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1. Vector A=71 grams @138 degrees. What is Ax? (x is a subscript)

2. Vector A=71 grams @ 138 degress. What is Ay? (y is a subscript).

Answers:

1. -52.8 (I am not sure if it is the absolute value and I should write it as positive.

2. 47.5



Those answers are correct.

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