Practice: Using the vectors given in the figure, **(a)** find **A** ● **B**. **(b)** Find **A** ● **C**.

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Practice: Using the vectors given in the figure, **(a)** find **A** ● **B**. **(b)** Find **A** ● **C**.

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Concept #1: Introduction to Dot Product (Scalar Product)

Practice #1: Calculating Dot Products

For the vectors, A, B, and C, in the figure (Figure 1), find the scalar products.A • B =B • C = A • C =

Part AEvaluate the dot product of the vectors in (Figure 1). Express your answer using two significant figures.Part BEvaluate the dot product of the vectors in (Figure 2). Express your answer using two significant figures.Part CEvaluate the dot product of the vectors in (Figure 3). Express your answer using two significant figures.

1) For the two vectors in the figure (Figure 1), find the scalar product Express your answer in square meters.

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