# Graph scale

The answer that you submitted suggests that you have misinterpreted the scale on the graph when attempting to solve the Vectors demo question. If you cannot find a section below that helps resolve your error, please visit the feedback discussion page or try the Vectors demo question again.

## Contents

### Both vectors

The answer that you provided suggests that you interpreted the scale on the graph to be one unit per division when it was **two** units per division and determined both vectors in the addition to be half of their actual value. Therefore you arrived at a result which was half of the expected value.

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### Vector **A**

The answer that you provided suggests that you interpreted the scale on the graph for **A** to be half of the actual size (For example: **one** unit per division instead of **two** units per division). Therefore the addition of the vector components gave a result which was half the expected value.

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### Vector **B**

The answer that you provided suggests that you interpreted the scale on the graph for **B** to be half of the actual size (For example: **one** unit per division instead of **two** units per division). Therefore the addition of the vector components gave a result which was not the expected value.

Please try again.

### Vector **C**

The answer that you provided suggests that you interpreted the scale on the graph for **C** to be half of the actual size (For example: **one** unit per division instead of **two** units per division). Therefore the addition of the vector components gave a result which was not the expected value.

Please try again.