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    Three vectors have the same length (L) and form an equilateral triangle. Find the magnitude and direction of the vectors:
    (a)A+B
    (b)A-B
    (c)A+B+C
    (d)A+B-C.

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    Questions are taken from the course book 'Physics with modern physics', Richard Wolfson & J.
    M. Pasachoff, pp 60 - 63
    Three vectors have the same length L and form an equilateral triangle, shown here
    as figure 1. Find the magnitude and direction of the vectors å, ,
    , .
    å
    A å
    B Cå , and
    (a) å
    A + å
    B(b) å
    A − å
    B
    (c) å
    A + å
    B + Cå (d) å
    A + å
    B ...

    Solution Summary

    Getting used to vectors is encouraged. The vectors with the same length to form an equilateral triangle is examined. The magnitude and direction of the vectors are calculated.

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