# Physics Homework Help?

Show all necessary work including calculations, vectors

diagrams, and directions (polar positive notation.)

Vector 1: 75.5 m/s [210˚]

Vector 2: 120 m/s [325˚]

a) Sketch a rough vector diagram for Vector 1, and use your sketch to calculate its

components.

b) Sketch a rough vector diagram for Vector 2, and use your sketch to calculate its

components.

c) Using your results from a and b, determine the components of the resultant

vector.

d) Draw a rough sketch the resultant vector using the components found in part c.

e) Calculate the resultant magnitude using your sketch from part d.

f) Calculate the resultant direction using your sketch from part d. Use polar-positive

notation.

### 1 Answer

- qrkLv 71 month ago
Here's how to add vectors:

https://www.grc.nasa.gov/www/k-12/airplane/vectadd...

Here's how to get the components of vectors: