jaze
  • jaze
the magnitude of the two velocity vectors are v1=3 m/s and v2= 2 m/s. determine their resultant v=v1+v2. i already have the magnitude. i just cant solve for the direction. help! :)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
whats your xct problem?
anonymous
  • anonymous
without the angle between the two vectors,their resultant cannot be found
anonymous
  • anonymous
ya ryt qstn is incomplete

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jaze
  • jaze
|dw:1371397334937:dw|
jaze
  • jaze
i forgot to draw the figure. sorry. :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
|dw:1371397592262:dw| so the angle between the vectors is 90degrees. the resultant is given be|dw:1371397694113:dw| where theta is the angle between the vectors.
anonymous
  • anonymous
use this formula and get the answer,
jaze
  • jaze
|dw:1371397896547:dw|
jaze
  • jaze
this would be the figure if you combine those two vectors i've drawn using head to tail method
anonymous
  • anonymous
assume parallelogrm na around it
jaze
  • jaze
the answer for the magnitude must be 3.61 m/s and the direction is 26.3 degrees.
jaze
  • jaze
i already got the solution for the magnitude of the resultant. i just don't know how to find the direction of it.
jaze
  • jaze
thanks for replying guys. :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
its by prllelogram lw of vetors
anonymous
  • anonymous
solve it by dat
jaze
  • jaze
can you give me the formula for finding the direction of the resultant?
anonymous
  • anonymous
formul is olrdy der go up n c
anonymous
  • anonymous
dats parallelogrm lw of vetors ur fif is wrong ccrdng to me
jaze
  • jaze
ok, thank you! :))
anonymous
  • anonymous
:)
anonymous
  • anonymous
|dw:1371399604763:dw|

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