Problem: A vector A has a magnitude of 4, and points in a direction of 40° counter-clockwise from the negative x-axis. A vector B has a magnitude of 4.5, and points in a direction of 30° clockwise from the x-axis. What is the magnitude of the vector 2A – 3B?

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A vector A has a magnitude of 4, and points in a direction of 40° counter-clockwise from the negative x-axis. A vector B has a magnitude of 4.5, and points in a direction of 30° clockwise from the x-axis. What is the magnitude of the vector 2A – 3B?

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