Jen asked in Science & MathematicsPhysics · 6 months ago

The x component of a vector that has equal x and y components and is in the second quadrant: < __ , y, 0 >. what does x = ?

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a) The x component of a vector that has equal x and y components and is in the second quadrant: < __ , y, 0 >

x = ?

b) The y component of a vector that has equal x and y components and is in the second quadrant: < x, __ , 0 >

y = ?

thank you in advance.

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  • 6 months ago

    That doesn't make sense.

    If the ****magnitudes**** of the x and y component were the same and it was in second quadrant, then

    a) < -y, y, 0 >

    b) < x, -x, 0 >

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