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Vector Operations Chapter 3 section 2 A + B = ? A B

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Vector Dimensions - When diagramming the motion of an object, with vectors, the direction and magnitude is described in x- and y- coordinates simultaneously. - This allows vectors to be used for 1-d and 2-d motion.

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How can I get to the red dot starting from the origin and can only travel in a straight line? x y

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x y There are 3 main different ways that I can travel to get from the origin to the red dot by only traveling in a straight lines.

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Solving For The Resultant of 2 Perpendicular Vectors When two vectors are perpendicular to each other it forms a right triangle, when the resultant is formed. When two vectors are perpendicular to each other it forms a right triangle, when the resultant is formed. Right triangles have special properties that can be used to solve specific parts of the triangle. Right triangles have special properties that can be used to solve specific parts of the triangle. Such as the length of sides and angles. Such as the length of sides and angles.

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Magnitude of a Vector To determine the magnitude of two vectors, the Pythagorean Theorem can be used To determine the magnitude of two vectors, the Pythagorean Theorem can be used As long as the vectors are perpendicular to each other. As long as the vectors are perpendicular to each other. Pythagorean Theorem c²=a²+b² (length of hypotenuse)²=(length of leg)²+(length of other leg)²

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Applied Pythagorean Theorem c 2 =a 2 +b 2 R²=Δy²+Δx² c 2 =a 2 +b 2 R²=Δy²+Δx² (Mathematics) (Physics) (Mathematics) (Physics) a b c ΔxΔx ΔyΔy R

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Direction of a Vector To determine the direction of the vector, use the tangent function. To determine the direction of the vector, use the tangent function. Tangent Function Tanθ=opp/adj opp adj θ

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Applied Tangent Function a=opp b=adj c ΔxΔx ΔyΔy R θ θ

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ΔxΔx ΔyΔy R θ ΔxΔx ΔyΔy R θ = Recall Vector Properties

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Example Problem A soldier travels due east for 350 meters then turns due north and travels for another 100 meters. What is the soldiers total displacement? A soldier travels due east for 350 meters then turns due north and travels for another 100 meters. What is the soldiers total displacement?

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Example Picture

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Example Work

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Example Answer R= ° R= °

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Vector Components Every vector can be broken down into its x and y components regardless of its magnitude or direction. Every vector can be broken down into its x and y components regardless of its magnitude or direction.

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Vectors Pointing Along a Single Axis When a vector points along a single axis, the second component of motion is equal to zero. When a vector points along a single axis, the second component of motion is equal to zero.

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Vectors That Are Not Vertical or Horizontal Ask yourself these questions. Ask yourself these questions. How much of the vector projects onto the x- axis? How much of the vector projects onto the x- axis? How much of the vector projects onto the y- axis? How much of the vector projects onto the y- axis?

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Components of a Vector x y θ A A x

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Resolving Vectors into Components Components of a vector – The projection of a vector along the axis of a coordinate system. Components of a vector – The projection of a vector along the axis of a coordinate system. x-component is parallel to the x-axis x-component is parallel to the x-axis y-component is parallel to the y-axis y-component is parallel to the y-axis These components can either be positive or negative magnitudes. These components can either be positive or negative magnitudes. Any vector can be completely described by a set of perpendicular components. Any vector can be completely described by a set of perpendicular components.

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Vector Component Equations

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Example Problem Break the following vector into its x- and y- components. Break the following vector into its x- and y- components. A = °

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Example Problem Work A = °

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Example Problem Answer A x = 4.66 m/s A x = 4.66 m/s A y = 3.78 m/s A y = 3.78 m/s

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Example Problem: A plane takes off from the ground at an angle of 15 degrees from the horizontal with a velocity of 150mi/hr. What is the horizontal and vertical velocity of the plane? A plane takes off from the ground at an angle of 15 degrees from the horizontal with a velocity of 150mi/hr. What is the horizontal and vertical velocity of the plane?

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Example Picture

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Example Work

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Example Answer Horizontal velocity = miles per hour Horizontal velocity = miles per hour Vx=144.89mi/hr Vx=144.89mi/hr Vertical velocity = miles per hour Vertical velocity = miles per hour Vy=38.82mi/hr Vy=38.82mi/hr

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Adding Non-Perpendicular Vectors When vectors are not perpendicular, the tangent function and Pythagorean Theorem can’t be used to find the resultant. When vectors are not perpendicular, the tangent function and Pythagorean Theorem can’t be used to find the resultant. Pythagorean Theorem and Tangent only work for two vectors that are at 90 degrees (right angles) Pythagorean Theorem and Tangent only work for two vectors that are at 90 degrees (right angles)

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Non-Perpendicular Vectors To determine the magnitude and direction of the resultant of two or more non-perpendicular vectors: To determine the magnitude and direction of the resultant of two or more non-perpendicular vectors: Break each of the vectors into it’s x- and y- components. Break each of the vectors into it’s x- and y- components. It is best to setup a table to nicely organize your components for each vector. It is best to setup a table to nicely organize your components for each vector.

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Component Table x-componenty-component Vector A - (A) Vector B - (B) Vector C - (C) Add more rows if needed Resultant - (R)

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Non-Perpendicular Vectors Once each vector is broken into its x- and y- components : Once each vector is broken into its x- and y- components : The components along each axis can be added together to find the resultant vector’s components. The components along each axis can be added together to find the resultant vector’s components. R x = A x + B x + C x + … R x = A x + B x + C x + … R y = A y + B y + C y + … R y = A y + B y + C y + … Only then can the Pythagorean Theorem and Tangent function can be used to find the Resultant’s magnitude and direction. Only then can the Pythagorean Theorem and Tangent function can be used to find the Resultant’s magnitude and direction.

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Example Problem During a rodeo, a clown runs 8.0m north, turns 35 degrees east of north, and runs 3.5m. Then after waiting for the bull to come near, the clown turns due east and runs 5.0m to exit the arena. What is the clown’s total displacement? During a rodeo, a clown runs 8.0m north, turns 35 degrees east of north, and runs 3.5m. Then after waiting for the bull to come near, the clown turns due east and runs 5.0m to exit the arena. What is the clown’s total displacement?

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Practice Problem Picture Step #1: Draw a picture of the problem Step #1: Draw a picture of the problem

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Practice problem Work Step #2: Break each vector into its x- and y- components. Step #2: Break each vector into its x- and y- components. x-componenty-component Vector A - (A) Vector B - (B) Vector C - (C) Resultant - (R)

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Step #3: Find the resultant’s components by adding the components along the x- and y- axis. x-componenty-component Vector A - (A) Vector B - (B) Vector C - (C) Resultant - (R) +

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Step #4: Find the magnitude of the vector by using the Pythagorean theorem. R 2 = Δx 2 + Δy 2

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Step #5: Find the direction of the vector by using the tangent function. Tan θ = Δy/Δx

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Step #5: Complete the final answer for the resultant with its magnitude and direction. Practice Problem Answer Practice Problem Answer Resultant displacement = 57.21º Resultant displacement = 57.21º

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