1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Vectors A and B are shown in the figure. Vector C is given by C=B-A. The magnitude of vector A is 15.0 units, and the magnitude of Vector B is 5.00 units. Part a) Find the vector C? Part b) What is the magnitude of vector C? 2. Relevant equations SOHCAHTOA 3. The attempt at a solution I drew these lines on the diagram and then solve for the sides using the angles with the SOHCAHTOA Method. Then after I found the sides I use the Pythagorean theorem to solve for side C. I am assuming vector C is the line connected with vector A and B. Answer: Part b) the magnitude of vector C is 14.523. Q: How to do part a? I don't understand what it means by finding vector C. Also is the above correct?