Phys (Are my answers correct?)

1. Vector A=71 grams @138 degrees. What is Ax? (x is a subscript)

2. Vector A=71 grams @ 138 degress. What is Ay? (y is a subscript).

Answers:

1. -52.8 (I am not sure if it is the absolute value and I should write it as positive.

2. 47.5



Those answers are correct.

  1. 👍
  2. 👎
  3. 👁
  1. Hello, it is I! 13 years and 2 months into the future. I am here to gift you some knowledge of my present-day. First, we have a new president. Donald Trump who's actually doing a good job! Good job Donald Trump! We have lots of tornadoes and natural disasters...uh.. enjoy 2005! You know, I wasn't even born in 2005. You must be in your late 20s early 30s in my timeline. Welp, I'll see you later!

    1. 👍
    2. 👎
  2. donald trump is good? have to note that.

    1. 👍
    2. 👎
  3. lol donald trump is the best

    1. 👍
    2. 👎
  4. Hit or miss, I guess they never miss huh? You got a boyfriend I bet he doesn't kiss ya! Mwah~ He gonna dab and hit the skrrt like-

    sorry not sorry

    1. 👍
    2. 👎

Respond to this Question

First Name

Your Response

Similar Questions

  1. physics

    Vector vector A has a magnitude of 27 units and points in the positive y-direction. When vector vector B is added to vector A , the resultant vector vector A + vector B points in the negative y-direction with a magnitude of 18

  2. Physics

    You are given vectors A = 5.0i - 6.5j & B = -3.5i + 7.0j. A third vector C lies on the xy-plane. Vector C is perpendicular to vector A, & the scalar product of C with B is 15.0. From this information, find the components of vector

  3. Physics

    Vector A has a magnitude 12m and is angled at 60 degrees counterclockwise from the positive direction of the x axis of an xy coord. system. Also. Vector B = (12m)i + (8m)j on that same coord system. Rotate the system

  4. Physics

    A farmer builds three sections of a fence as shown in the figure where L = 10.00 m, and gets tired. Walking straight back to where he started, how far did he go. d=? Vector on Y-axis going to origin, L/2 vector going on Positive X

  1. Physics

    You are given vectors A = 5.0i - 6.5j and B = -2.5i + 7.0j. A third vector C lies in the xy-plane. Vector C is perpendicular to vector A and the scalar product of C with B is 15.0. Find the x and y components to vector C. Answer

  2. Physics

    A jogger runs 145m. in a direction 20.0 degrees east of north (displacement of vector A) and then 105m. in a direction 35.0 degrees south of east (displacement of vector B). Using components, determine the magnitude and direction

  3. mathematics, caculus and vectors

    Let ABCD be a trapezoid with sides AB and CD parallel. let M₁ and M₂ be the midpoints of the nonparallel sides (AD and BC). Use the vector methods taught in class to show that the vector of M₁ and M₂ = 1/2(vector of AB +

  4. Physics

    VECTOR IS IN THE DIRECTION 34 DEGREES CLOCKWISE THE NEGATIVE Y AXIS. THE X COMPONENT OF VECTOR A IS NEGATIVE 16 M .(A)WHAT IS THE Y COMPONENT OF VECTOR A? (B) WHAT IS THE MAGNITUDE OF VECTOR A?

  1. physics

    i don't see this in my book in a coordinate system, a vector is oriented at angle theta with respect to the x-axis. The y component of the vector equals the vector equals the vector's magnitude multiplied by which trigonometric

  2. Dot Product

    Verify using an example that Vector a • (Vector b • Vector c) = (Vector a • Vector b) • Vector c is not true. Explain your reasoning both numerically and by using the definition of the dot product. I am very confused as to

  3. Physics

    6. A woman takes her dog Rover for a walk on a leash. To get the little poco moving forward, she pulls on the leash with a force of 20.0 N at an angle of 37 degrees above the horizonta. How much force is tending to lift Rover off

  4. math vectors

    Use a specific example to prove that the cross product is also not associative. That is, use three specific vectors in 3-space to show that Vector a×(Vector b × Vector c) is not equal to (Vector a × Vector b) × Vector c. Can

You can view more similar questions or ask a new question.