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Figure 3-36 shows two vectors, A and B, whose

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Problem 3.6

Figure 3-36 shows two vectors, A and B, whose magnitudesare A = 6.8 units and B = 5.5 units. Determine C if(a) C = A + B, (b) C = A - B, (c) C = B - A. Give themagnitude and direction for each.

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Figure 3-36 shows two vectors, A and B, whose