Question

Let v be the vector from initial point

$P_1$

to terminal point

$P_2.$

Write v in terms of i and j.

$P _ { 1 } = ( - 3,4 ) , P _ { 2 } = ( 6,4 )$

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Answered 1 year ago

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1 of 3In order to write the two points into a vector from, we can use the formula for $v$ where $v = (x_2 -x_1)i+(y_2-y_1)j$ using the given initial point and terminal points.

Answered 2 years ago

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1 of 3The goal of this task is to write $v$ in terms of $i$ and $j$. To solve this problem we use the formula: $v=(x_2-x_1)i+(y_2-y_1)j$, $P_1=(x_1,y_1)$ is initial point; $P_2=(x_2,y_2)$ is terminal point.

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