# Summer School Calculus

posted by Derek

Add these two vectors: I used component law, and I got an answer, but I am unsure as to how to do the direction at the end. Add: 9m/s [N30E] and 2m/s [N60E] I wound up with 10.8m/s and I found an angle of 55 but I am unsure as to what do with the 55: thanks for the help, I appreciate this...this class is online, so you all are acting as my teacher! Thanks.

1. Derek

I think the answer would be 10.8m/s [N35E]. Am I correct?

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