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Extremely confused. "Show that the two vectors can be added as a + b or as b + a yet still provide the same resultant.
Extremely confused. Show that the two vectors can be added as a + b or as b + a yet still provide the same resultant.

1 Answer

  • you can prove this by using the commutative property:

    a + b = b + a

    basically, as long as they are the same length

    a + b = c(resultant vector) 

    and

    b + a = c(resultant vector.

    hope this helps

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