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Question

Suppose $$\vec { u } = 3 \vec { i } + 4 \vec { j } , \vec { v } = 3 \vec { i } - 7 \vec { j }$$ and $$\vec { w } = - 4 \vec { i } + 5 \vec { j }$$ . Express each of the expressions in standard form: - $$2 \vec { u } + 3 \vec { v } - \vec { w }$$

$$| \vec { u } | \vec { u } + | \vec { v } | \vec { v }$$

$$| \vec { u } | | \vec { v } | \vec { w }$$

$$\frac { 1 } { 3 } ( \vec { w } + \vec { u } ) - 4 \vec { v }$$

$$2u+ 2v- w = 19i- 18j$$

$$|u|u+ |v|v= 37.83i- 33.27j$$

$$|u||v|w= - 152.2i+ 190.25j$$

$$\frac{1}{3}\left(w+ u\right)- 4v= 31j- i\frac{37}{3}$$

Solution
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