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april6lecture.py - #read two 3-d vectors#find the dot...

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#read two 3-d vectors #find the dot product def dot_product(v1,v2): dot = 0 for i in range(len(v1)): dot += v1[i]*v2[i] return (dot) v1 = [] v2 = [] length = int(input("Type 2 for 2-D and 3 for 3-D vector: ")) for i in range(length): v1.append(int(input("Type value for vector 1:"))) #v1.append(int(input("Type y for vector 1:")))
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