The question is: Use vectors to find the point that lies two-thirds of the way from P to Q.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

P: (1,2,5)

Q:(6,9,5)

I tried finding the distance, then multiplying by 2/3 but obviously that will yield a scaler. Tried multiplying 2/3 by every coordinate then add them? That didn't work. I am sort of lost on such a simple problem :uhh:

Thank you in advance for any attempt made :)

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# Homework Help: Two-thirds between vectors

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