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vector a+ vector b= 2i
Vector a+ vector b=4j
Then the angle between vector a and vector b is ?
Plz.solve

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  1. Your two vector equations are contradictory.
    a + b cannot be two different vectors

    You may have copied the problem incorrectly. Is one of your + signs supposed to be a - ?

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