# Question 1.CA.7: Graphically adding and subtracting vectors Two vectors A and...

Two vectors $\overset{\rightarrow }{\pmb{A}} and \overset{\rightarrow }{\pmb{B}}$ are shown in Figure 1.17. The y component of $\overset{\rightarrow }{\pmb{A}} – \overset{\rightarrow }{\pmb{B}}$ is

A. positive.

B. negative.

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