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Physics 101 Mechanics

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Vector a = 3 units ,acting along east, and vector b = 4 units , acting along north. What is the magnitude of their resultant ?

So an instrument in this question of this Human net decision means this is no this is best and this is no. There is a three unit of vector. So there was a three unit of the its direction. Right? There's a four unit of that therapy, No direction. Then we need to find the results. So if we separate here and we'd be like this. Uh huh. That is all the time to look at this, you can keep this this 90 degree three sq Bank Sports Square Boot. This is X. Mr. Dicks. Excellent to five. Right, so five is the magnitude of the resultant.

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