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Vectors in three dimensions

  1. May 23, 2013 #1
    ok so I am not sure how else to do this problem, my answers look similar to those in the book. where they have β=52.5 [itex]\alpha=121[/itex] [itex]\gamma=53.1[/itex], I feel like the book is wrong because i dont see any other way to solve this problem.

    [URL=http://s1341.photobucket.com/user/nebula-314/media/20130523_174427_zpsda388c38.jpg.html][PLAIN]http://i1341.photobucket.com/albums/o745/nebula-314/20130523_174427_zpsda388c38.jpg[/URL][/PLAIN]

    Heres how I solved for the angles
    [URL=http://s1341.photobucket.com/user/nebula-314/media/20130523_174442_zps9be6b8d1.jpg.html][PLAIN]http://i1341.photobucket.com/albums/o745/nebula-314/20130523_174442_zps9be6b8d1.jpg[/URL][/PLAIN]
     
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  3. May 23, 2013 #2
    The gammas are the same so I am unsure where I went wrong.
     
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