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## How do you find the resultant of two vectors at an angle of 60?

It is given that two vectors are having equal magnitude so the resultant must point midway among them. The angle between the vectors will be 60 + 60 = 120.

## How do you find the magnitude of a resultant vector?

To draw the resultant vector, join the tail of the first vector with the second vector’s head and put the arrowhead. To determine the magnitude, measure the length of resultant R, and to find out the direction, measure the angle of the resultant with the x-axis.

**How do you find the magnitude of a vector with an angle?**

Finding Magnitude and Direction Given a position vector →v=⟨a,b⟩,the magnitude is found by |v|=√a2+b2.The direction is equal to the angle formed with the x-axis, or with the y-axis, depending on the application. For a position vector, the direction is found by tanθ=(ba)⇒θ=tan−1(ba), as illustrated in Figure 8.8.6.

**What is the formula for resultant of two vectors?**

R = A + B. Vectors in the opposite direction are subtracted from each other to obtain the resultant vector. Here the vector B is opposite in direction to the vector A, and R is the resultant vector.

### What is the resultant of two vectors?

The resultant is the vector sum of two or more vectors. It is the result of adding two or more vectors together. If displacement vectors A, B, and C are added together, the result will be vector R. If two or more velocity vectors are added, then the result is a resultant velocity.

### Can the resultant of two vectors be zero?

Yes, when the 2 vectors are same in magnitude and direction.

**What is the magnitude of an angle?**

It is the amount of rotation through which one of the arms must be rotated about vertex to bring it to the position of the other.

**How do you calculate the direction of a vector?**

To find the direction of a vector whose endpoints are given by the position vectors (x1, y1) and (x2, y2), then to find its direction: Find the vector (x, y) using the formula (x, y) = (x2 – x1, y2 – y1) Find α and θ just as explained earlier….Direction of a Vector Formula.

Quadrant in which (x, y) lies | θ (in degrees) |
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3 | 180° + α |

4 | 360° – α |

#### What is resultant force formula?

Formula of Resultant Force If one force is acting perpendicular to another, the resultant force is determined by using the Pythagorean theorem. The Resultant force formula is given by, FR = F1 + F2 + F3. Where. F1, F2, F3 are the three forces acting in the same direction on an object.

#### Can resultant of two vectors be?

yes when the 2 vectors are same in magnitude and direction.

**What are the magnitude and direction of two vectors when their resultant is zero?**

This means that when the sum of the 3 vectors is zero, “the resultant of any two has a magnitude equal to the magnitude of the third one, and a direction opposite to direction of that third one.”