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The following image should help with questions 1 to 4.  Use Pythagoras to get the magnitude of the missing coordinate.  Question 1 is (almost) done for you.

 

 coordinates:  

 

(Remember that the x-coordinate will be negative in QII and QIII, and the y-coordinate will be negative in QIII and QIV.)

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Alan  Jun 4, 2015
 #1
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Best Answer

The following image should help with questions 1 to 4.  Use Pythagoras to get the magnitude of the missing coordinate.  Question 1 is (almost) done for you.

 

 coordinates:  

 

(Remember that the x-coordinate will be negative in QII and QIII, and the y-coordinate will be negative in QIII and QIV.)

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Alan  Jun 4, 2015
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That is a cool diagram Alan 

Melody  Jun 5, 2015

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