# Consistent

The answer that you submitted suggests that you determined the answer to a previous part of the problem incorrectly but determined the result to part (c) correctly based on your incorrect answer(s). If one of the sections below does not match your situation please visit the feedback discussion page for try the Vectors demo question again.

### (a) and (b)

#### Magnitude

The answer that you submitted suggests that you understand how to determine the magnitude of a vector (good job) because the answer to part (c) is correct based on a calculation that uses the incorrect answers that you supplied in both parts (a) and (b). Please visit the general feedback page for help with parts (a) and (b) or try the question again.

##### Square root

The answer that you submitted suggests that you are close to understanding how to determine the magnitude of a vector because your answer to part (c) is the magnitude squared based on a calculation that uses the incorrect answers that you supplied in both parts (a) and (b). Please visit the general feedback page for help with parts (a) and (b) or try the question again.

#### Direction

The answer that you submitted suggests that you understand how to determine the direction of a vector (good job) because the answer to part (d) is correct based on a calculation that uses the incorrect answers that you supplied in both parts (a) and (b). It is a good idea to check that your result is visually consistent in the future. Please visit the general feedback page for help with parts (a) and (b) or try the question again.

### (a)

The answer that you submitted suggests that you understand how to determine the magnitude of a vector (good job) because the answer to part (c) is correct based on the a calculation that uses the incorrect answer that you supplied in part (a). Please visit the general feedback page for help with parts (a) or try the question again.

### (b)

The answer that you submitted suggests that you understand how to determine the magnitude of a vector (good job) because the answer to part (c) is correct based on the a calculation that uses the incorrect answer that you supplied in part (b). Please visit the general feedback page for help with parts (b) or try the question again.