Vector Table (physics)
posted by ~christina~ .
I have to find the magnitude and direction of a resultant vector from values obtained from a vector table.
The values in the book that we had to follow and put on the balancing part of the weight table were in
F1= (0.200)g N
when calculating the value for R would I use it like that? Or would I have to convert it to N since I'm not sure if I can use it like that but the masses used were using g so...can I?
Thank you
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