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Question 3 of 15 2 Points The direction of a vector that points somewhere between due north and due east is measured in

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Answer:B) DegreesExplanation:The directions of the vectors are often defined in terms of due East, due North, due West and due South. A direction exactly in between of North and East can be described as Northeast, similarly we can describe directions in terms of Northwest, Southeast and South west.

From these, the direction of a vector can be easily expressed in degrees, which is measured counter clockwise about its tail from due East. Considering that we can say that East is at 0° , North is at 90° , West is at 180 and South is at 270° counter clockwise rotation from due East.

So, we know that the direction of a vector lying somewhere between due East i.e 0° and due North i.e 90°, will be measured in degrees, which will have a value between 0°-90°