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It is the same as adding a positive and adding a negative number
The direction after adding two equal and opposite vectors is the "Direction" of the two vectors. V=aDirection and Opposite V = OV = - aDirection. Adding the two gives, V + OV= (a-a)Direction = 0 Direction.
No. The order of adding vectors does not affect the magnitude or direction. of the result.
your still adding but in a different direction
That is equivalent to adding a positive number and a negative number. If the forces have the same magnitude, it is the same as adding a number and its additive inverse.
Adding seventeen times Adding and sixteen times Adding seven times Adding nineteen times?
Numerical value and direction
it is the same as adding a negative number to a positive number
Adding a question mark after a statement?
When subtracting, the number moves to the left (negative direction). When adding, the number moves to the right (positive direction).
A negative force. Since the force added in the opposite direction works against the original force, you would subtract the added force from the original force. Since subtracting a positive is the same thing as adding a negative, this force would be considered negative to the positive direction.
Add the double of the previous adding. The following numbers are 36, 68, 132... So it's like: adding 1, adding 2, adding 4, adding 8, adding 16, adding 32, adding 64
When adding multiple vectors, you want them in vector form using i, j, k notation. You can then add like components (adding all the forces in the x,y and, z direction). That will give you the net vector in vector form which is plotted will give you the direction.
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The sum of two vectors having the same direction is a new vector. It's magnitude is the sum of the magnitudes of the original two vectors, and its direction is the same as their common direction.
1 + 5 + 6 = 151 The question is: by adding one straight line make the statement true.... if you change the first "+" sign into a 4 it makes 145 + 6 = 151
Forces are vector quantities. This means they have both a magnitude and direction associated with them. If you add vectors going in the opposite directions it is the same as subtracting one from the other. Therefore, the resultant force is the difference between the forces.
You can get straight in, there is nothing to wory about.
By adding the two velocities.
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paraprodokian is adding a phrase onto the end of a statement that makes you reinterpret how you first thought of the statement. Example. If I agree with you, we are both wrong.
Theortically, should be the same.
If the forces are unbalanced this means there is a net force in one direction. This is found by adding the forces in magnitude and direction. The net force will make the object move and accelerate in the direction it is acting.