Vectors in Calculus Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which demonstrates why direction is important?

Question 2 2. The length of a vector's line is a representation of which of these?

Question 3 3. The angle of a vector's line is a measure of which of these?

Question 4 4. A longer vector has a greater ____ than one with a shorter length?

Question 5 5. Which demonstrates why magnitude is important?

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Question 6 6. Vector A has a magnitude of 7 and vector B has a magnitude of 4. If the angle between them is 20 degrees, what is the dot product?

Question 7 7. What is the x length of a vector with a start point of (1, 2) and an end point of (5, 8)?

Question 8 8. A vector has both magnitude and...

Question 9 9. What is the dot product of vector A with an x length of 5 and a y length of 3 with vector B with an x length of 4 and a y length of 2?

Question 10 10. What is the 'y' length of a vector with a beginning point of (1, -2) and an end point of (-3, 4)

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Question 11 11. If Henry travels 10 units north, 5 units south, what is his displacement?

Question 12 12. How can the resultant vector r be represented?

Question 13 13. To calculate the magnitude of a vector, which units must be considered?

Question 14 14. A vector is best described as which of the following?

Question 15 15. Zero displacement is like adding which of the following?

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Question 16 16. What is the y-component of the vector?

Question 17 17. What is the correct expression for subtracting R2 from R3?

Question 18 18. Determine the x-component of the vector with magnitude 5, at 70o.

Question 19 19. Determine the resultant of adding the vectors.

Question 20 20. Determine R1 + R2. The resultant will be called R3.

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Question 21 21. (10, 7) - (-1, -2)

Question 22 22.

Add the following two vectors.

Vector C (10, 2) and Vector D (3, -2)

Question 23 23. What does a vector look like?

Question 24 24. Multiply vector E (5, 1, 2) by -3.

Question 25 25. A + B where A is (1, 2, 3) and B is (7, 8, 9).

Vectors in Calculus Chapter Exam Instructions

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