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- Fall 2011 ENGR-1100 HW-1 Problem 1: Find the components of the vector having initial point P1 and terminal point P2 a) P1(3, -7, 2), P2(-2, 5, -4) b) P1(-1, 0, 2), P2(0, -1, 0) Problem 2: Let u = (-3, 1, 2), v = (4, 0, -8), and w = (6, -1, -4) Find the components vector of x that satisfy: 2 u v + x = 7x + w Problem 3: Let P be point (2, 3, -2) and Q (7, -4, 1) a) Find the midpoint of the line segment...

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- Fall 2011 ENGR-1100 HW-1 Problem 1: Find the components of the vector having initial point P1 and terminal point P2 a) P1(3, -7, 2), P2(-2, 5, -4) b) P1(-1, 0, 2), P2(0, -1, 0) Problem 2: Let u = (-3, 1, 2), v = (4, 0, -8), and w = (6, -1, -4) Find the components vector of x that satisfy: 2 u v + x = 7x + w Problem 3: Let P be point (2, 3, -2) and Q (7, -4, 1) a) Find the midpoint of the line segment connecting P and Q. b) Find the point on the line segment connecting P and Q that is of the way from P to Q
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