Problem: Given two vectors A = - 2.00 i + 4.00j + 5.00k and B = 3.00i + 2.00j - 3.00 k, find the following.(a) the magnitude of vector A(b) the magnitude of vector B(c) the components of the vector difference A - B(d) the magnitude of the vector difference A - B(e) Is this the same as the magnitude of B - A?

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Given two vectors A = - 2.00 i + 4.00j + 5.00k and B = 3.00i + 2.00j - 3.00 k, find the following.
(a) the magnitude of vector A
(b) the magnitude of vector B
(c) the components of the vector difference A - B
(d) the magnitude of the vector difference A - B
(e) Is this the same as the magnitude of B - A?

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