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09_06_Vector_Comp

# 09_06_Vector_Comp - –Calculate the length of these...

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Physics 211 9/6 HW Handout Due Wednesday 9/11 Fall 2002 Vector Components 1) For each case below do all of the following: –Draw a rectangle as in class with the vector as its diagonal and two sides on the coordinate system shown. –Draw arrows on this rectangle representing the components of the vector.
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Unformatted text preview: –Calculate the length of these components. Show your work. Do not worry about labeling components as “x” or “y”. v = 25m/s θ = 75 ° θ θ θ = 30 ° v = 20m/s v = 50m/s θ θ = 55 ° θ = 45 ° v = 30m/s θ...
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