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Unformatted text preview: sponse | Show Details All Responses Notes part score total submissions 1 2 2 2/2 2 2 2 2/2 -- 4 4 -- Two vectors, and , are shown above. The diagrams below show various possible ways of combining and . A B C Which diagram correctly shows graphically that ? A Which diagram correctly shows graphically that ? C 2. 2/2 points Last Response | View Saved Work | Show Details All Responses Notes part score total submissions 1 2 2 1/5 Two vectors, and are equal: = Which of the following statements are true? Choose all that apply. the y-component of must be equal to the y-component of the x-component of must be equal to the x-component of The directions of and may be different the z-component of must be equal to the z-component of The magnitudes of and may be different The unit vector must be equal to the unit vector . 3. 7/7 points Last Response | View Saved Work | Show Details All Responses Notes part score total submissions 1 1 1 1/5 2 1 1 1/5 3 1 1 1/5 4 1 1 1/5 5 1 1 1/5 6 1 1 1/5 7 1 1 1/5 -- 7 7 -- = < 5 , , 2 >m. = < -4 , 3 , >m. + = < 1...
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