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Additional Sample Problems 1. Compute the x and y-components of the vectors in Fig. 1.28. 2. For the vectors in Fig, 1.27, use the method of components to find the magnitude and direction of a) the vector slim ; b) the vector sum ; c) the vector difference ; d) the vector difference . 3. Vector has components A x = 1.30 cm, A y = 2.25 cm; vector has components B x =4.l0cm, B y = -3.75cm. Find a) the components of the vector sum ; b) the magnitude and direction of ; c) the components of the vector difference ; d) the magnitude and direction of . 4. Write each vector in Fig. 1.27 in terms of the unit vectors î and ĵ .
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Unformatted text preview: 5. Given two vectors = 4.00 + 3.00 and = 5.00 - 2.00 , a) Find the magnitude of each vector; b) write an expression for the vector difference using unit vectors; c) find the magnitude and direction of the vector difference . d) In a vector diagram show , and also show that your diagram agrees qualitatively with your answer in part (c). 6. Find the scalar product of the two vectors given in problem 5. b) Find the angle between these two vectors. 7. For the two vectors in Fig. 1.27, a) find the magnitude and direction of the vector product ; b) find the magnitude and direction of ....
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