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 One millionth of one percent of 90,000,000,000 2017-01-16 From Gene:What absolute number is one millionth of one percent of 90,000,000,000Answered by Penny Nom. A force vector 2008-08-28 From moumita:|F|=20N...this force is acting along a vector A=4j+3k.what is F?Answered by Penny Nom. The magnitude of a complex number 2000-11-11 From Jeremy:Recently, we started studying how to graph complex numbers. Our math teacher said to use what would normally be the x-axis as the real-axis and to use the y-axis as the imaginary-axis. However, when he started talking about how to calculate magnitude, that's when I became confused. For instance... Answered by Walter Whiteley.

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