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Homework Statement
Draw the vector [tex]\vec{C} = \vec{A}+2\vec{B}[/tex]
Homework Equations
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The Attempt at a Solution
This is what i have i don't know if it is correct
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Yes, of course. And to the left.how i do this without bending it? So is it only meant to go horizontally?
Nooo …so would this be correct.
ok, this is what i got from your explanation, so just to make sure i have interpreted your explanation correctly here it is again(hopefully correct -_-).So in this case, you draw A which is an arrow going 4 to the right, then you draw B which is an arrow going 2 to the left, and you draw that 2 starting at the end of the 4, so you end up with an everall vector of A + 2B being 2 to the right.
yeh, I'm used to looking at the full triangle.(this is just like adding vectors to make a triangle, except that in this case the triangle is flat )
I don't understand what you've done here.ok, this is what i got from your explanation, so just to make sure i have interpreted your explanation correctly here it is again(hopefully correct -_-).
Mark44 means "tail to head" (as I also explained in post #8)What do you mean by "Now tack 2B on"?