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```        A  regular hexagon has vertices ABCDEF and it is centered at the origin O. Express the following vectors in terms of a=OA and b=OB
7 years ago

36 Points
```										Generally two laws of vectors are useed to  solve the problem: 1.triangle law
2. parallogram law as shown if in fig1 and respectively.

In last fig hexgon drawn follow as per rules and  get solution like as............
from triangle OAB
AB=b-a
From triangle OBC
OB+BC=OC
To find OC   from triangle OAC...........OA+AC=OC.............          ( To find AC ..from OABC parllogram AC=-OA+AB=b-2a)
Now OC=a+b-2a=b-a
BC=-2a
remainig U can find similar procedure .
All the best.

```
7 years ago
Aarin Covyeau
4 Points
```										Thanks a lot. but I don't see why BC would be -2a and not just -a
```
7 years ago
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