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Problem 4 Easy Difficulty

Write each combination of vectors as a single vector.
(a) $ \vec{AB} + \vec{BC} $ (b) $ \vec{CD} + \vec{DB} $
(c) $ \vec{DB} - \vec{AB} $ (d) $ \vec{DC} + \vec{CA} + \vec{AB} $


a) $$
\overrightarrow{A C}
b) $$
\overrightarrow{C B}
c) $$
\overrightarrow{D A}
d) $$
\overline{D B}


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