Posted by simantha on Saturday, October 8, 2011 at 2:28pm.
Vector is 6.3 units long and points along the negative axis. Vector is 9.0 units long and points at 55 to the positive axis.
1 What are the and components of vector ?
2What are the and components of vector ?
3Determine the magnitude of the sum .
4Determine the angle of the sum .
i've tried to solve it but i don't really get it.. im stuck

physics  drwls, Saturday, October 8, 2011 at 2:51pm
You have omitted some symbols and words, with the result that your question does not make sense.
Apparently you are adding two vectors. They should be given different labels.
In 1 and 2, you also omitted a word after "the".
You apparently also omitted the word "degrees" (or the symbol) after "55".

physics  simantha, Saturday, October 8, 2011 at 3:34pm
that's right
here is the question
Vector (V1) is 6.3 units long and points along the negative (X) axis. Vector(V2) is 9.0 units long and points at 55 degree to the positive (X)axis.
1 What are the (X) and (Y) components of (V1) vector ?
2What are the (X) and (Y) components of(V2) vector ?
3Determine the magnitude of the sum (V1+V2).
4Determine the angle of the sum (V1+V2).
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