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# Help with this M1 question watch

1. Its on Vectors. I don't understand how to do part c even after seeing the mark scheme.

Can anyone help?

Thank you

Heres the question
M1....doc
2. if it's due NE wouldn't the angle be 45 degrees?

Edit: sorry this is all i can suggest I actually hate vectors with a passion
3. If R is NE of S what does that tell you about the vector r-s ?
4. (Original post by vc94)
If R is NE of S what does that tell you about the vector r-s ?
Would that take me to the origin?
5. (Original post by Insanity514)
Its on Vectors. I don't understand how to do part c even after seeing the mark scheme.

Can anyone help?

Thank you

Heres the question
M1....doc
im assuming you;ve dine parts a and b.
From b use your equations to find an expression for R - S

If the angle is 45 degrees that tells you that tan(45) = 1

so j/i will equal 1. (components)

Carry this out for your expression of R - S and solve for T.
6. (Original post by sohail.s)
im assuming you;ve dine parts a and b.
From b use your equations to find an expression for R - S

If the angle is 45 degrees that tells you that tan(45) = 1

so j/i will equal 1. (components)

Carry this out for your expression of R - S and solve for T.
Thanks Yeah i kind of get it now...

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