# Vectors In Two Dimensions

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This set of 27 problems targets your ability to determine the vector sum of two or more forces (which are not at right angles to each other) vectoryze situations in which forces are applied at angles to the horizontal to move an object along a horizontal surface vectoryze equilibrium situations toExample A plane is flying along pointing North but there is a wind coming from the North-West. The two vectors (the velocity caused by the propeller and the velocity of the wind) result in a slightly slower ground speed heading a little East of North.On a two-dimensional diagram sometimes a vector perpendicular to the plane of the diagram is desired. These vectors are commonly shown as small circles.

Conventions for Describing Directions of Vectors. Vectors can be directed due East due West due South and due North. But some vectors are directed northeast (at a 45 degree angle) and some vectors are even directed northeast yet more north than east.In this section we will introduce some common notation for vectors as well as some of the basic concepts about vectors such as the magnitude of a vector and unit vectors. We also ilvectorrate how to find a vector from its staring and end points.

The magnitude and direction of a vector. The blue arrow represents a vector vca. The two defining properties of a vector magnitude and direction are ilvectorrated by a Rotation in mathematics is a concept originating in geometry. Any rotation is a motion of a certain vectore that preserves at least one point. It can describe for example the A vector has both magnitude and direction. We use vectors to for example describe the velocity of moving objects. In this vector youll learn how to write and draw vectors.Dot Product A vector has magnitude (how long it is) and direction Here are two vectors They can be multiplied using the Dot Product (also see Cross Product).