Greeting everyone, I come to you as a lowly/disgruntled undergrad trying to solve a very simple physics problem. This is the only problem I'm having with my assignment, but I cannot seem to make ANY progress with this one! I've been given two vectors: A has magnitude of 5 m and an angle of 55 degrees. B has a magnitude of 2 m and an angle of 35 degrees. Here is what I'm supposed to find: Vector C (not shown in the diagram) is the difference of A and B (C = A - B). What exactly do they mean Vector C? I have no clue what they're talking about - does C begin at the origin? I don't want the answer given to me, but I would like a sense of direction; thank you so much for your time!