Find the resultant and the direction of resultant of two vectors A and B with angle between them
Asked by neerajchauhan000000 | 23rd Sep, 2021, 03:33: PM
Figure shows two vectors a and b . Let θ be the angle between vectors.
By law of parallelogram, resultant vector (a+b) is the diagaonal of the parallelogram
formed by the vectors a and b as sides as shown in figure.
Magnitude of resultant (a+b) is determined using law of cosines using the triangle
formed by vector a , vector b and the resultant (a+b)
Answered by Thiyagarajan K | 24th Sep, 2021, 12:55: AM
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