1.) find the vector v w/ the given magnitude and the same direction as u. //v// = 2 u = < sq. rt. 3, 3> 2.) find the component form of v given its magnitude and the angle it makes w/ the positive x-axis. //v// = 2 theta = 150 degrees 3.) find the component form of u + v given the lengths of u and v and the angles that u and v make w/ the positive x-axis //u// = 2 theta u = 4 //v// = 1 theta v = 2 I already know the answers are <1,sqr rt. 3> < -sqr. rt. 3, 1> and <2 cos 4 + cos 2, 2 sin 4 + sin 2>, I 'd just like an explanation of how to get those answers.