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1. given that p and q are non zero vectors that are not parralel and that
3p+(x-2)q=2yp-5q
find the value of x and y

2. (Original post by getoom)
given that p and q are non zero vectors that are not parralel and that
3p+(x-2)q=2yp-5q
find the value of x and y

Equate the coefficients of p and q.
3. (Original post by raheem94)
Equate the coefficients of p and q.
i haven't learnt how to do that but ill try

thanks anyway
4. Vectors... right Which module is this ? whats the topic.
First thing I would say is find that out and then go onto YouTwit and look for a video.

Please don't post here expecting people to do your homework for you.

Might I suggest
www.examsolutions.co.uk
5. (Original post by getoom)
i haven't learnt how to do that but ill try

thanks anyway

By equating coefficients we get the following
6. (Original post by Carbon12)
Vectors... right Which module is this ? whats the topic.
First thing I would say is find that out and then go onto YouTwit and look for a video.

Please don't post here expecting people to do your homework for you.

Might I suggest
www.examsolutions.co.uk
igcse mathematics b

it wasn't homework i have an exam tommorow and looking over past papers today i found this question. how condescending
7. (Original post by raheem94)

By equating coefficients we get the following
so x=-3

and y=3/2

thanks again
8. (Original post by getoom)
so x=-3

and y=3/2

thanks again
9. :-( sorry. I thought that you were trying to get people to do your homework. My bad.
10. (Original post by Carbon12)
:-( sorry. I thought that you were trying to get people to do your homework. My bad.
s'cool
11. :-) still a good site for GCSE revision. YouTwit.

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