# The position vector for an electron is : (5.0 m)i (3.0 m)j (2.0 m)k. (a) Find the

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The position vector for an electron is : (5.0 m)i (3.0 m)j (2.0 m)k. (a) Find the magnitude of . (b) Sketch the vector on a right-handed coordinate system.

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