Figure P3.60 illustrates the difference in proportions between the male (m) and female (f) anatomies. The displacements d → 1m . and d → 1f from the bottom of the feet to the navel have magnitudes of 104 cm and 84.0 cm, respectively. The displacements d → 2m and d → 2f have magnitudes of 50.0 cm and 43.0 cm, respectively. (a) Find the vector sum of the displacements d → d 1 and d → d2 in each case. (b) The male figure is 180 cm tall, the female 168 cm. Normalize the displacements of each figure to a common height of 200 cm and re-form the vector sums as in part (a). Then find the vector difference between the two sums. Figure P3.60

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Chapter 3, Problem 60AP
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Figure P3.60 illustrates the difference in proportions between the male (m) and female (f) anatomies. The displacements d 1m . and d 1f from the bottom of the feet to the navel have magnitudes of 104 cm and 84.0 cm, respectively. The displacements d 2m and d 2f have magnitudes of 50.0 cm and 43.0 cm, respectively. (a) Find the vector sum of the displacements d d 1 and d d2 in each case. (b) The male figure is 180 cm tall, the female 168 cm. Normalize the displacements of each figure to a common height of 200 cm and re-form the vector sums as in part (a). Then find the vector difference between the two sums.

  Chapter 3, Problem 60AP, Figure P3.60 illustrates the difference in proportions between the male (m) and female (f)

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