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Vector A is 2.80 cm
long and is 60.0^{}B
above the *x*-axis in the first quadrant. Vector cm is 1.90 cm
long and is 60.0B
below the *x*-axis in the fourth quadrant (the figure ).

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Use components to find the magnitude of A+B.

Use components to find the magnitude of A - B.

Use components to find the magnitude of B - A.

Use components to find the direction of A+B.

Use components to find the direction of A - B.

Use components to find the direction of B - A.

Sketch the vector addition C = A + B.

Sketch the vector subtraction C = A - B.

Sketch the vector subtraction C = B - A.

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