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Chapter_2.1_2.3_ppt - 2.2 Graphical vector addition The...

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Chapter2 Sections 2.1, 2.2, 2.3 2.1 Forces Long range and contact. Force measured with a spring scale. Force is a vector quantity. Others vector quantities, position, displacement, acceleration, linear momentum, angular momentum, torque, electric and magnetic fields. Scalars and vectors. Temperature is a scalar, mass is a scalar. scalars are magnitude only)
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Unformatted text preview: 2.2 Graphical vector addition . The parallelogram that illustrates the sum and difference of two vectors. 2.3 Components of a vector projected on 2D or more D coordinate axes . Vector addition using the Fig. 01.04 Fig. 02.01 Fig. 01.05 Fig. 02.03 Fig. 02.11 Page 63 Eq. 02.04a Ex. 02.01 Fig. 02.07 Eq. 02.03...
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