# How do you normalize # (2i -3j + 4k)#?

Consequently, the normalized vector is

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To normalize the vector (2i - 3j + 4k), you first calculate its magnitude, which is the square root of the sum of the squares of its components. Then, divide each component of the vector by its magnitude to obtain the normalized vector.

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