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Addition of cartesian vectors

by whynot314
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whynot314
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Jun23-13, 07:46 PM
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I am having a really tough time trying to solve this particular problem I can find alpha easily 139 degrees which is correct. However when I go to try and solve for beta or gamma I get this huge mess and I am unable to solve for either one, Please help me I know I am overlooking something but I dont know what it is.

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Jun23-13, 09:07 PM
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You need to show your reasoning, not just a sheet full of symbols and numbers.


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