Find the (a), (b), and (c) components of the sum of the displacements and whose components in meters are
a) x component of is
b) y component of is
c) z component of is
c and d are the displacement vectors. The sum of these vectors gives a resultant. Here the components of the resultant are to be found.
Given are the x, y z, components of the displacements c and d respectively.
The resultant of sum of displacements is given by
Substituting the above components in equation (i), the x component of R can be written as
Consider in the positive direction of x, in the positive direction of y, and a scalar d. What is the direction of if d is
(a) positive and
(b) negative? What is the magnitude of
(c) and (d) ?
What is the direction of the vector resulting from (e) and (f) ?
(g) What is the magnitude of the vector product in (e)?
(h) What is the magnitude of the vector product in (f)? What are
(i) the magnitude and
(j) the direction of if d is positive?
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