# Simple vectors question

## Homework Statement

Check the picture.

## The Attempt at a Solution

I'm sure it's very simple but I just can't seem to get it. I've been sitting here staring at the page for a while now with no joy. Check the picture for my attempt.
Thanks very much for any help, greatly appreciated.

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Can anyone help with this?

rock.freak667
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well you are correct in saying that $\hat{b}=\frac{\vec{ab}}{|ab|}$ and that $\hat{c}=\frac{\vec{ac}}{|ac|}$.

and if $\vec{ad} = t( \hat{b} - \hat{c})$ what does that tell you about the direction of that vector?

How would you find the vector bc?

then how do you get the angle between two vector lines?

Ah I see it now so $\vec{ad} = t ( \hat{cb} )$
Therefore $\vec{ad}$ is perpendicular to $\hat{cb}$
Therefore $\vec{ad}$ is the perpendicular bisector of the the line bc.
Thank you very much for your help!