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    If an airplane travels by (20,-60) + p(1,7) where p is the time in min, how can a unit vector parallel to the this flight path be found?..Pls id really appreciate if i could get some help..Thanks
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    If an airplane travels by (20,-60) + p(1,7) where p is the time in min, how can a unit vector parallel to the this flight path be found?..Pls id really appreciate if i could get some help..Thanks
    The direction of this vector is given by (1,7) so it's magnitude is sqr root (1^2+7^2)= sqr root(50)

    so the unit vector of the vector parallel to the flight's path is (i+7j)/sqr root(50)
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    Thanx!..i appreciate your helpvery much /Addell
 
 
 

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