1) use the Law of Cosines to find the angle theta between the given vectors. (Assume 0 degree <=theta<=180degrees)v= i+ j, w=2(i - j) My teacher told me that me that I have to find a. length(v) = a b. length(w) = b c. length of vector between (1,1), (2,-2) = c. (use the distance formula.) and then use this formula c^2 = a^2 + b^2 - 2ab cos C, and solve for C but I don't know how to find length(v) and length(w). the answer on the back of my book is 90 degrees. 2)three forces with magnitudes 70 pounds, 40 pounds, and 60 pounds act on an object at angles of -30 degrees, 45 degrees, and 135 degrees, respectively with positive x-axis. Find the direction and magnitude of the resultant. I know that I need to find v1, v2, and v3. Then find the sum of the vectors, the magnitude of the sum and theta. First find the trig form, then convert to rectangular form at 70 pounds <60.02, -35> I don't know how to get this number. at 40 pounds <28.28, 28.28> at 60 pounds <-2.43, 42,43> now add the components to find the resultant of the system and use it to find the magnitude and direction angle. for this problem, I have no clue what my teacher tries to say. 3) an airplane's velocity with respect to the air is 580 miles per hour, and it is heading N 60 degrees W. The wind, at the altitude of the lane, is from the southwest and has a velocity of 60 miles per hour. Draw a figure that gives a visual representation of the problem. What is the true direction of the plane, and what is its speed with respect to the ground?. u= air speed= 580 = ? v= wind speed = 60 = ? w = u + v = < -459.9, 332.4> I don't know how to get this number??? I will have a test on Friday about this kind of problems, but I still don't get it. Can any one please explain it to me step by step? Thank you for your help!