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**v**the vector? No one can say, could be anything, also it depends on how...3)) i-hat + 1/sqrt(3) j-hat + 1/sqrt(3) k-hat, and anything else. people often write**v**(no bold or arrow on top) for shorthand to be |**v**| which is the same thing as ||**v**...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 30/07/2010

Since v₁, v₂, ...,

**v**ₘ are linearly independent, then the equation: a₁ v₁ + a₂...of any set of vectors. Now assume that {v₁, v₂, ...,**v**ₘ₊₁,**v**ₘ₊₁} is not linearly independent. Therefore...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 06/04/2017

**V**: Voilà! In view, a humble vaudevillian veteran, cast vicariously as both victim... the violently vicious and voracious violation of volition. (he carves a "**V**" into a sign) The only verdict is vengence; a vendetta, held...6 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 30/04/2009

**V**= LxWxH ... solve for w Okay, in order to solve for 'w', we...it by itself somehow. Let's rewrite this equation (formula) like this:**v**= (l)(w)(h) -----> *divide both sides by (l)(h) in order to isolate w...3 Answers · Education & Reference · 21/09/2010

For

**V**-stitches, the number of chains for the foundation row must be a multiple of 2 + 1, then you add on the 3 stitches for turnng. So, for 6**V**-stitches plus a border on each side, multiply 6 x 2 (= 12) + 1 (= 13) + 3 (= 16...3 Answers · Games & Recreation · 19/02/2012

**v**_x is velocity in the X direction. A better way to write this is Vx = |**V**| cos(theta), where |**V**| is the velocity magnitude (speed) and theta is...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 07/02/2010

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**v**= (1/5)^(1/5)**v**= ((1/5)^(1/5)) × 50 Find 50 divided by the fifth... it's a quintic, so there's four other (complex) roots**v**= 50 5^(1/5) This is 50 5^(1/5) 1^(1/5) which is...8 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 08/08/2012

**V**= 4 / 3 * pi * r ^ 3 r = d / 2. so**V**= 4 / 3 * pi * (d /2 ) ^ 3 = 4... for your dimensions, if d is in metres,**V**is in cubic metres. If d is in inches,**V**...1 Answers · Education & Reference · 05/11/2007

So, I presume, U +

**V**simply means the union of the two sets, whereas U ++**V**...look like graphically. They are simply all multiples of u and**v**respectively, which form a line in the directions of u and**v**respectively. ...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 19/07/2011

**v**= u + 2w**v**= 2i - j + 2(i + 2j)**v**= 2i -j + 2i + 4j**v**= 4i + 3j2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 25/06/2011