Two vectors have a magnitude of 2.5km and 6.5km . Predict the maximum and minimum magnitude of their resultant vector

asked by Sarah
  1. pull together = 2.5 + 6.5

    one pulls north, the other south
    6.5 - 2.5

    (of course the sign might be - but it asked for magnitude, the absolute value)

    posted by Damon

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