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Problem 3.10
12 of 12
Three vectors are shown in the figure. Their
magnitudes are given in arbitrary units. (Figure 1)
Constants | Periodic Table
Determine the components of the sum of the three vectors.
Express your answers using three significant figures separated by a comma.
να ΑΣφ
Figure
< 1 of 1
(Ã + B + Č),, (Ã + B + Č), =
Request Answer
Submit
Ä (A = 44.0)
28.0°
56.0°
Part B
Determine the magnitude of the sum of the three vectors.
Č (C= 31.0)
Express your answer using three significant figures.
P Pearson
B (B = 26.5)
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Transcribed Image Text:Problem 3.10 12 of 12 Three vectors are shown in the figure. Their magnitudes are given in arbitrary units. (Figure 1) Constants | Periodic Table Determine the components of the sum of the three vectors. Express your answers using three significant figures separated by a comma. να ΑΣφ Figure < 1 of 1 (Ã + B + Č),, (Ã + B + Č), = Request Answer Submit Ä (A = 44.0) 28.0° 56.0° Part B Determine the magnitude of the sum of the three vectors. Č (C= 31.0) Express your answer using three significant figures. P Pearson B (B = 26.5)
Problem 3.10
12 of 12
Three vectors are shown in the figure. Their
magnitudes are given in arbitrary units. (Figure 1)
Constants | Periodic Table
V ΑΣφ
à + B + Č =
Figure
Submit
Request Answer
< 1 of 1 >
Part C
Determine the angle above x axis of the sum of the three vectors.
Express your answer using three significant figures.
A (A = 44.0)
56.0°/
28.0°
ΑΣφ
Č (C= 31.0)
P Pearson
B (B = 26.5)
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Transcribed Image Text:Problem 3.10 12 of 12 Three vectors are shown in the figure. Their magnitudes are given in arbitrary units. (Figure 1) Constants | Periodic Table V ΑΣφ Ã + B + Č = Figure Submit Request Answer < 1 of 1 > Part C Determine the angle above x axis of the sum of the three vectors. Express your answer using three significant figures. A (A = 44.0) 56.0°/ 28.0° ΑΣφ Č (C= 31.0) P Pearson B (B = 26.5)
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