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So we denote force that small exert as x

that mean larger boat exerts 2x maganitude of force

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you can add your vectors to get the direction of motion..right?

vectors can move around the graph; they arent anchored to one spot

vectors are simply direction and magnitude with no regard to initial position....

we add vectors by stacking them head to tail and drawing a new vector from the start to the end...

oh I understand now. So after I draw the parallelogram, what do I do?

one vector is twice the other, so we can use 1 and 2 as magnitudes....length of the vectors right?

so the length of the vectors represent tension?

the length represent force, whatever you wanna call it :)

oh ok. sorry for asking so many questions, I'm not good at vectors :/

lets start getting some sin and cos number to define these vector better....

vector small =
vector large = <2cos20, 2sin20> you see why?

Yes, i'm following

we take the inverse tangent of these number to find the angle created....and hopefully its right :)

|-8.499| = 8.499 we good with it?
do you see what i did ?

yup :)

if theres another way to get to that, fine; but thats how id do it cause it works lol

Oh, I see. I get it now! thanks a bunch :D

yw :)

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