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    Two vectors having equal magnitudes (A) makes an angle z with each other. Find the magnitude and direction of the resultant and prove that the resultant of two equal vectors bisects the angle between them.

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    The magnitude of the resultant will be,

    B=[A^2 + A^2 + 2AA Cos(z)]^(1/2) (whole root)

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    Solution gives the magnitude and direction of the resultant of two vectors and shows that resultant of two equal vectors bisects the angle between them.

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