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# problem_set_3 - 1 Name First MI Last Student ID Problem...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 Name: First MI Last Student ID # Problem Set #3 Score Section: C REDIT 2 1 Problem #1 . Let r a and r b denote the vectors given below. Determine whether r a and r b are parallel, per- pendicular or neither. Show some work. r a = (4,6,0) r b = (–3,2,–1). C REDIT 2 1 Problem #3 . Let r a and r b denote the vectors given below. Determine whether r a and r b are parallel, per- pendicular or neither. Show some work. r a = ( 1 7 , 4 7 , 2 7 ) r b = ( 3 16 , 1 8 , 5 32 ) . C REDIT 2 1 Problem #2 . Let r a and r b denote the vectors given below. Determine whether r a and r b are parallel, per- pendicular or neither. Show some work. r a = i + 2 j r b = 3 i – 4 3 j . Math 32A Lecture #5 Fall 2007 2 Problem Set #3 C REDIT 2 1 Problem #4 . Let r a and r b denote the vectors given below. Determine whether r a and r b are parallel, per- pendicular or neither. Show some work. r a = (1,4,–2,–3) r b = (– 1 2 ,–2,1, 3 2 ) C REDIT 2 1 Problem #6 . If ˆ u , ˆ v and ˆ w are unit vectors which are arranged as shown, F nd ˆ u • ˆ v and ˆ w • ˆ v . ˆ w ˆ u ˆ v C REDIT 2 1 Problem #5 . Let r r denote the two–dimensional vector r = a , b ....
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## This note was uploaded on 03/05/2008 for the course MATH 32A taught by Professor Gangliu during the Fall '08 term at UCLA.

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