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How do you add vectors analytically and graphing wise?

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Vectors is a quantity that have both a magnitude and direction. These vectors can add analytically and graphically. Analytical method of vector addition is the triangle law of vector addition and parallelogram law of addition.

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Triangle law of vector addition is stated that when two vectors are represented by the two sides of the triangle. The magnitude and direction of theses vectors taken in same order. The resultant vector is the third side of the triangle. The parallelog...

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