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Mathematical Operations on Vectors
Mathematical Operations on Vectors
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Addition and Subtraction of Vectors
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Law of Sines and Law of Cosines and Use in Vector Addition
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Resolution of Vectors
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Unit Vector
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Multiplication of a Vector by a Scalar
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Vector Addition by Component Method
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Addition of vectors
5 mins
Triangular Law of Vector Addition - Graphical Method
7 mins
Resultant of Two Vectors - 1
7 mins
Resultant of Two Vectors - 2
7 mins
Parallelogram Law of Vector Addition
16 mins
Polygon Law of Vector Addition
3 mins
Properties of Addition of Vectors
6 mins
Laws of Vector Addition-I
19 mins
Laws of Vector Addition - II
20 mins
Representation of Vector in Rectangular Coordinate System
18 mins
Finding unit vector perpendicular to two given vectors
8 mins
Product of Vector with Scalar
4 mins
Multiplication of vectors by a scalar
7 mins
Vector Addition in Rectangular Coordinate System
4 mins
Component of Vectors
28 mins
Resultant of 3 or More Vectors
9 mins
Quick Summary With Stories
Vector Addition in Rectangular Coordinate System
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Properties related to Vector addition
3 mins read
Triangle Law of Vector Addition
3 mins read
Parallelogram Law Of Vector Addition
4 mins read
Polygon Law of Vector addition
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Representation of Vectors in Rectangular Coordinate System
4 mins read
Resolution of Vectors
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Unit vector
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Product of Scalar with Vector
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Multiplication Of A Vector By A Scalar
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Important Questions
State and prove parallelogram law of vector addition.
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Derive an expression for the magnitude and direction of the resultant vector using parallelogram law
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If
$A.B=AÃ—B$
, then angle between
$A$
and
$B$
is
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Find a unit vector perpendicular to both the vectors
$a$
and
$b$
, where
$a=i^âˆ’7j^â€‹+7k^$
and
$b=3i^âˆ’2j^â€‹+2k^$
.
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The resultant of two vectors
$A$
and
$B$
is perpendicular to the vector
$A$
and its magnitude is equal to half the magnitude of vector
$B$
. The angle between
$A$
and
$B$
is
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Three forces acting on a body are shown in fig. To have the resultant force only along the y-direction,the magnitude of the minimum additional force needed along OX isÂ
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FindÂ unit vector in the direction of vector
$a=2i+3j+k$
.
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If a unit vector is represented byÂ
$0.5i+0.8jâ€‹+ck$
then the value of 'c' isÂ
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The sum of magnitudes of two forces acting at aÂ point is
$16N$
. If the resultant force is
$8N$
and itsÂ direction is perpendicular to smaller force, then theÂ forces are :
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If the angle between the vectors
$A$
and
$B$
is
$Î¸$
, then the value of the product
$(BÃ—A)$
.
$A$
equals
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