Physics_HW_4

# Physics_HW_4 - Physics Spreadsheet 4 10-Sep-07 Many thanks...

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Physics Spreadsheet 4 10-Sep-07 Many thanks to Robert Schumaker and Arun Venkatraman for their help and advice Question 1: For the first vector: Enter the x(i)-vector (cm): 1.18 Enter the y(j)-vector (cm): 2.49 Enter the z(k)-vector (cm): -2.27 For the second vector: Enter the x(i)-vector (cm): 3.16 Enter the y(j)-vector (cm): -1.81 Enter the z(k)-vector (cm): -5.29 For the third vector: Enter the x(i)-vector (cm): -2.49 Enter the y(j)-vector (cm): 1.22 Enter the z(k)-vector (cm): 0 The resultant x-displacement (cm): 1.85 The resultant y-displacement (cm): 1.9 The resultant z-displacement (cm): -7.56 Question 2: The magnitude of the resultant displacement (cm): 8.01 Question 3: For the first vector: Enter the magnitude (N): 40 Enter the angle (°): 120 Angle (radians): 2.09 X-component of vector (N): -20 Y-component of vector (N): 34.64 For the second vector: Enter the magnitude (N): 30 Enter the angle (°): -160 Angle (radians): -2.79 X-component of vector (N): -28.19 Y-component of vector (N): -10.26

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## This note was uploaded on 09/16/2008 for the course PHYS 1710 taught by Professor Weathers during the Fall '08 term at North Texas.

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Physics_HW_4 - Physics Spreadsheet 4 10-Sep-07 Many thanks...

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