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Let A vector =5i-4j and B vector =-7.5i+6j. Do we have B vector =kA vector .Can we say B vector divided by A vector is equal to k.

Let A vector =5i-4j and B vector =-7.5i+6j.
Do we have B vector =kA vector .Can we say B vector divided by A vector is equal to k.

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Anish Singhal
askIITians Faculty 1194 Points
3 years ago
It is true that Bvector = A vector as both are parallel (antidirection) value of k is -3/2 but u cant say that ratio of two vectors is k.
Anish Singhal
askIITians Faculty 1194 Points
3 years ago
It is true that Bvector = A vector as both are parallel (antidirection) value of k is -3/2 but u cant say that ratio of two vectors is k.

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