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So vector A can be written as the sum Ax + Ay, where Ax and Ay are the scalar components of A. The component Ax is called the horizontal scalar component of A, and Ay is called the vertical scalar component of A. In general, any vector in a plane can be described in this manner. VECTOR OPERATIONS USING COMPONENTS The use of components makes the vector operations of addition, subtraction, and scalar multiplication pretty straightforward: Vector addition: Add the respective components. A + B = (Ax + Bx) + (Ay + By) Vector subtraction: Subtract the respective components.

It covered no additional distance from t = 1 s to t = 3 s. Therefore, the total distance traveled by the object is d = 10 + 15 = 25 m, which took 6 s, so Not all graphs have nice straight lines as shown so far. Straight line segments represent constant slopes and therefore constant velocities. What happens as an object changes its velocity? ” Let’s look at a typical question that might be asked about such a curve. 13 a) What is the average velocity from 0 to 10 seconds? b) What is the average velocity from 10 to 20 seconds?

4 If A = 2 – 3 and B = –4 + 2, compute each of the following vectors: A + B, A – B, 2A, and A + 3B. Solution. It’s very helpful that the given vectors A and B are written explicitly in terms of the standard basis vectors and : A + B = (2 – 4) + (–3 + 2) = –2 – A – B = [2 – (–4)] + (–3 –2) = 6 – 5 2A= 2(2) + 2(–3) = 4 – 6 A + 3B = [2 + 3(–4)] + [–3 + 3(2)] = –10 + 3 MAGNITUDE OF A VECTOR The magnitude of a vector can be computed with the Pythagorean theorem. The magnitude of vector A can be denoted in several ways: A or |A| or ||A||.