Vector + scalar product - math problems
Number of problems found: 15
- Scalar product
Calculate the scalar product of two vectors: (2.5) (-1, -4)
- Angle of the body diagonals
Using vector dot product calculate the angle of the body diagonals of the cube.
- Parallel and orthogonal
I need math help in this problem: a=(-5, 5 3) b=(-2,-4,-5) (they are vectors) Decompose the vector b into b=v+w where v is parallel to a and w is orthogonal to a, find v and w
- Vector equation
Let’s v = (1, 2, 1), u = (0, -1, 3) and w = (1, 0, 7) . Solve the vector equation c1 v + c2 u + c3 w = 0 for variables c1 c2, c3 and decide weather v, u and w are linear dependent or independent
- Find the 5
Find the equation with center at (1,20) which touches the line 8x+5y-19=0
- Find the 10
Find the value of t if 2tx+5y-6=0 and 5x-4y+8=0 are perpendicular, parallel, what angle does each of the lines make with the x-axis, find the angle between the lines?
- Vector v4
Find the vector v4 perpendicular to vectors v1 = (1, 1, 1, -1), v2 = (1, 1, -1, 1) and v3 = (0, 0, 1, 1)
- Decide 2
Decide whether points A[-2, -5], B[4, 3] and C[16, -1] lie on the same line
- Vector perpendicular
Find the vector a = (2, y, z) so that a⊥ b and a ⊥ c where b = (-1, 4, 2) and c = (3, -3, -1)
- Three points 2
The three points A(3, 8), B(6, 2) and C(10, 2). The point D is such that the line DA is perpendicular to AB and DC is parallel to AB. Calculate the coordinates of D.
- Parametric form
Calculate the distance of point A [2,1] from the line p: X = -1 + 3 t Y = 5-4 t Line p has a parametric form of the line equation. ..
- Coordinates of square vertices
The ABCD square has the center S [−3, −2] and the vertex A [1, −3]. Find the coordinates of the other vertices of the square.
Two separate cuboids with different orientation in space. Determine the angle between them, knowing the direction cosine matrix for each separate cuboid. u1=(0.62955056, 0.094432584, 0.77119944) u2=(0.14484653, 0.9208101, 0.36211633)
- Angle between vectors
Find the angle between the given vectors to the nearest tenth of a degree. u = (-22, 11) and v = (16, 20)
Triangle KLM is given by plane coordinates of vertices: K[11, -10] L[10, 12] M[1, 3]. Calculate its area and its interior angles.
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