Here are the displacement vectors:
(a) [3,6]
(b) [-3,2] (Eugene moved from (6,2) at 10am to (3,4) at noon)
(c) [-100,40] (Look at a map. Westward motion is in the negative x-direction)

After being displaced by the vector [-7,8], the bug is at (-10,15). Notice the difference in [] and (), one representing a vector and the other a point or location on the coordinate grid.

THRESHOLD: In trying to make a connection to other problems we have done, a parametric equation, this situation would be represented by

where t is the unit of time, assuming the bug is displaced by this vector every unit of t. SOMEONE REMIND MR. PHELPS TO DO THIS PROBLEM IN GEOGEBRA TOMORROW!

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Here are the displacement vectors:

(a) [3,6]

(b) [-3,2] (Eugene moved from (6,2) at 10am to (3,4) at noon)

(c) [-100,40] (Look at a map. Westward motion is in the negative x-direction)

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After being displaced by the vector [-7,8], the bug is at (-10,15). Notice the difference in [] and (), one representing a vector and the other a point or location on the coordinate grid.

THRESHOLD:In trying to make a connection to other problems we have done, a parametric equation, this situation would be represented bywhere t is the unit of time, assuming the bug is displaced by this vector every unit of t.

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