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Q: To find the solution when adding vectors simply draw and label the given information.?

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No, it is simpler than that. Simply add the two magnitudes. The direction will be the same as the parallel vectors.

It is simply 5x + 10. Since it is an expression, there can be no solution.

A vector is a combination of a value and a direction. While values can be divided, directions cannot. Simply no one ever defined a way to divide directions. You could make one up.

3 litres is a perfectly good answer in decimals. There is no need to add a decimal point simply for the sake of adding one.

It depends on what information you do have. If you know the radius, simply double it.

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To find the __________ solution when adding vectors, simply draw and label the given information..... graphical.

That's a graphical solution.

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adding vectorsTo add two vectors, s+z, simply move the vector z to the end of the vector s.subtracting vectorsTo find the magnitude and direction of the difference between two vectors, s-z, simply draw a vector from z to s

simply: No, Velocity vectors are different to force vectors. One measures velocity and one measures force so you can not simply add/subtract/multiply/divide them together and get something meaningful.

Yes, vectors must have the direction. Without direction, it is simply a scalar quantity.

Yes, vectors must have the direction. Without direction, it is simply a scalar quantity.

If the solution is saturated with salt already, then adding more salt will simply see the salt settle to the base of the solution container without it dissolving.

A solution with a low concentration of the solute (dissolved material) in the solvent.

In subtraction of vectors, simply add a negative vector. A negative vector is the same vector as its positive counterpart, only it is pointing in the opposite direction.

No, it is simpler than that. Simply add the two magnitudes. The direction will be the same as the parallel vectors.

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