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4 force of magnitude P,2P,3P,4P ACt along the four side of a square ABCD in cyclic order.use the vector method to find the resultant force.

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4P is the resultant according to the polygon law of forces but it should be in opposite direction.
use vector method

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I think polygon law is based on Vector only.
yes
alright. vectors can be slid in a direction parallel to theirs. So, it would become |dw:1337765692337:dw|
are you clear so far?
no more confuse.
more confused?
Any solution pls let me know too...
@ chand ...What about resultant ...That will be one..
just what shayanreloaded drew. but if P is a variable and P-3P=-2P horizontal, 2P-4P=-2 vertical
|dw:1337800454038:dw| corrected!
@Ruchi. di, ab samajh mein aaya na?
answer is 2p * underroot 2|dw:1337954498341:dw|
adarsh i think ur solution is little bit critical... itzz so easy yarr
Hi all....pls tell me why cant the resultant be simply zero..since when vectors are represented by the sides of a closed polygon taken in same order, the resultant is zero. Pls help!!!!

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