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Unformatted text preview: b and c can differ 9. (a) positive x direction for (1), positive z direction for (2) and (3); (b) negative x direction for (1); negative z direction for (a) and (3) 10. (a) B and C , D and E ; (b) D and E Chapter 3: Answer To Questions 1. Either the sequence d 2 , d 1 or the sequence d 2 , d 2 , d 3 2. yes, when the vectors are in the same direction 3. no 4. (a) a and b are parallel; (b) b = 0; (c) a and b are perpendicular 5. (a) yes; (b) yes; (c) n0 6. (a) −, +; (b) −, −; (c) +, + 7. all but (e) 8. no (the orientations of b and c can differ 9. (a) positive x direction for (1), positive z direction for (2) and (3); (b) negative x direction for (1); negative z direction for (a) and (3) 10. (a) B and C , D and E ; (b) D and E...
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This note was uploaded on 01/11/2012 for the course PHYSIC 1 taught by Professor Fairport during the Spring '11 term at Fairfield.
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