(b) Now
G
G
G
′
=−
rr
r
o
where
o
ˆˆ
2.0i 2.0j.
r
−
G
Therefore, in the above expression, we set
5.0,
2.0,
0,
30,
60
xy
z
vv
′′
′
==
−
=
and
v
z
=
0 . We get
()
22
ˆ
(7.2 10 kg m s)k.
mr v
′
=×
=
×
⋅
G
GG
A
26. If we write
G
′ =
′
+
′
+
′
rx
y
z
###
ij
k
,
then (using Eq. 330) we find
G
G
′ =
r
v
is equal to
′
− ′
+
′
−
′
+
′
−
′
yv
zv
xv
zy
xz
y x
di
bg
##
#
.
ijk
(a) Here,
′ =
where
3.0i
4.0j.
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