3LA BORATORY 3Force Table and Vector Addition of ForcesPRE-LABORATORY AS SIG NMENT1. Scalars are physical quantities that can be completely specified by theirагeand2. A vector quantity is one that has both3. Classify each of the following physical quantities as a vector or a scalar(a) Volume(b) Force(c) Density(d) Velocity(e) AccelerationAnswer Questions 4-7 with reference to Figure 3-6 below4. If Fi stands for a force vector of magnitude 30.0 N and Fa stands for a force vector of magnitude 40.0 Nacting in the directions shown in Figure 3-6, what are the magnitude and direction of the resultantobtained by the vector addition of these two vectors using the analytical method? Show your workDirection (relative to x axis)-._degreesMagnitudeN5. What is the equilibrant force that would be needed to compensate for the resultant force of the vectorsF1 and F2 that you calculated in Question 4?MagnitudeN Direction (relative to x axis)._degreesF260F1Figure 3-6 Addition of two force vectors2013 Cengage Leaming All Rghts Reserved. May not be scanned, coped or dupicated or posed to a publicly acceesbe webste, in whole or in part 38Physics Lalonry ManuLayd6. Figure 3-6 has been constructed to scale with 1.00 cm 10.0 N. Use the parallelogram graphical methodto construct (on Figure 3-6) the resultant vector Fg for the additionn of F1 and F2 Measure the length ofthe resultant vector and record it below. State the force represented by this length. Measure with aprotractor the angle that the resultant makes with the x axis.Resultant vector length=,cmForce represented by this length=_NDirection of resultant relative to x axis=,degrees7. Use the polygon method of vector addition to construct on the axes below a graphical solution to theproblem in Figure 3-6. Use the scale 1.00 cm 10.0NResultant vector length=,cmForce represented by this lengthNDirection of resultant relative to x axis.degrees

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LA BORATORY 3
Force Table and Vector Addition of Forces
PRE-LABORATORY AS SIG NMENT
1. Scalars are physical quantities that can be completely specified by their
агe
and
2. A vector quantity is one that has both
3. Classify each of the following physical quantities as a vector or a scalar
(a) Volume
(b) Force
(c) Density
(d) Velocity
(e) Acceleration
Answer Questions 4-7 with reference to Figure 3-6 below
4. If Fi stands for a force vector of magnitude 30.0 N and Fa stands for a force vector of magnitude 40.0 N
acting in the directions shown in Figure 3-6, what are the magnitude and direction of the resultant
obtained by the vector addition of these two vectors using the analytical method? Show your work
Direction (relative to x axis)-.
_degrees
Magnitude
N
5. What is the equilibrant force that would be needed to compensate for the resultant force of the vectors
F1 and F2 that you calculated in Question 4?
Magnitude
N Direction (relative to x axis).
_degrees
F2
60
F1
Figure 3-6 Addition of two force vectors
2013 Cengage Leaming All Rghts Reserved. May not be scanned, coped or dupicated or posed to a publicly acceesbe webste, in whole or in part
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3 LA BORATORY 3 Force Table and Vector Addition of Forces PRE-LABORATORY AS SIG NMENT 1. Scalars are physical quantities that can be completely specified by their агe and 2. A vector quantity is one that has both 3. Classify each of the following physical quantities as a vector or a scalar (a) Volume (b) Force (c) Density (d) Velocity (e) Acceleration Answer Questions 4-7 with reference to Figure 3-6 below 4. If Fi stands for a force vector of magnitude 30.0 N and Fa stands for a force vector of magnitude 40.0 N acting in the directions shown in Figure 3-6, what are the magnitude and direction of the resultant obtained by the vector addition of these two vectors using the analytical method? Show your work Direction (relative to x axis)-. _degrees Magnitude N 5. What is the equilibrant force that would be needed to compensate for the resultant force of the vectors F1 and F2 that you calculated in Question 4? Magnitude N Direction (relative to x axis). _degrees F2 60 F1 Figure 3-6 Addition of two force vectors 2013 Cengage Leaming All Rghts Reserved. May not be scanned, coped or dupicated or posed to a publicly acceesbe webste, in whole or in part

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Physics Lalonry ManuLayd
6. Figure 3-6 has been constructed to scale with 1.00 cm 10.0 N. Use the parallelogram graphical method
to construct (on Figure 3-6) the resultant vector Fg for the additionn of F1 and F2 Measure the length of
the resultant vector and record it below. State the force represented by this length. Measure with a
protractor the angle that the resultant makes with the x axis.
Resultant vector length=,
cm
Force represented by this length=_
N
Direction of resultant relative to x axis=,
degrees
7. Use the polygon method of vector addition to construct on the axes below a graphical solution to the
problem in Figure 3-6. Use the scale 1.00 cm 10.0N
Resultant vector length=,
cm
Force represented by this length
N
Direction of resultant relative to x axis.
degrees
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38 Physics Lalonry ManuLayd 6. Figure 3-6 has been constructed to scale with 1.00 cm 10.0 N. Use the parallelogram graphical method to construct (on Figure 3-6) the resultant vector Fg for the additionn of F1 and F2 Measure the length of the resultant vector and record it below. State the force represented by this length. Measure with a protractor the angle that the resultant makes with the x axis. Resultant vector length=, cm Force represented by this length=_ N Direction of resultant relative to x axis=, degrees 7. Use the polygon method of vector addition to construct on the axes below a graphical solution to the problem in Figure 3-6. Use the scale 1.00 cm 10.0N Resultant vector length=, cm Force represented by this length N Direction of resultant relative to x axis. degrees

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