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    Hey guys how should i approach part two of this question?

    Thanks!!
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    Hey guys how should i approach part two of this question?

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    Start by finding the directions of the diagonals. You already got one of them in the first part. Then just find the acute angle between them.
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    Thanks! I did it, but can you check i drawed the directions correctly please?

    Tbh i got the answer but im not really sure when do the vectors face one direction in concrete:

    https://gyazo.com/8f51c14e1a6ff96e62e820734fe83a24
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    Thanks! I did it, but can you check i drawed the directions correctly please?

    Tbh i got the answer but im not really sure when do the vectors face one direction in concrete:

    https://gyazo.com/8f51c14e1a6ff96e62e820734fe83a24
    It doesn't matter which way you draw them, that's not significant here in any way.
 
 
 
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