# arrow_back The angle between vectors $(1,3,-2)$ and $(4,-2,-1)$ is

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The angle between vectors $(1,3,-2)$ and $(4,-2,-1)$ is

A) 0

B) $\dfrac{\pi}{3}$

C) $\dfrac{\pi}{2}$

D) $\pi$

E) none of the above

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