Thursday
April 17, 2014

Homework Help: physics

Posted by Nar on Thursday, September 1, 2011 at 8:41pm.

Two vectors A and B are added. Show that the magnitude of the resultant cannot be greater than A+B or smaller than l A-B l.

Answer this Question

First Name:
School Subject:
Answer:

Related Questions

Math - Given two non-collinear vectors a and b, show that a, axb, and (axb)xa ...
physics - Can you help me with this one also? I know how to do it with 3 vectors...
Calculus - Name two sets of vectors that could be used to span a set in R^3. ...
Vectors - Two vectors, A and B, are added by means of vector addition to give a ...
linear algebra - which of the following sets of vectors span R^3? a.){(1, -1, 2...
vectors - Determine whether each statement is true or false. Provide a brief ...
URGENT - Vectors - Two vectors, A and B, are added by means of vector addition ...
physics-vectors - If the magnitude of the sum of two vectors is greater than the...
Physics - Given Vector A with magintude 9.17 feet and Vector B with magnitude of...
physics - The magnitudes of the four displacement vectors shown in the drawing ...

Search
Members