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When the _I"< ! vectors are not at right angles, as F IG. 26 . -Vect or f orees P and Q illustrated in Fig. 26, it is customacting on the point 0 at angles of ary to resolve the vectors into a and {j respectively. their components along the x-axis and the y-axis. The algebraic sum of the x-components gives a resultant x-component and the algebraic sum of the y-component gives a resultant y-component. These resultant x- and y-compo nents are added geometrically to obtain the resultant vector. Graphically, the vectors P and Q are resolved into their components P"" P y, Q" and Qy as shown in diagrams a and b of IHI = + 76 (1) y VECTOR ADDITION Already we have been using vectors in geometry but could not in all cases arrive at a solution until the principles of trigo nometry were introduced.

54 Ans. From trigonometric tables, "( = R. R. 16 39°54' = O. 836 Ans. 04 Adding under the radical and extracting the square root, Now that we have the magnitude we will solve for "( (gamma), the angle the resultant vector R makes with the positive x-axis. From Eq. 33 Equation (3) will now give us the magnitude of the resultant, thus IRI + IQI sin fJ)2 Looking up the trigonometric functions, 5 sin 60° The resultant y-component by Eq. (2) is then R. = p. sin a Substituting the numerical values, Now, the y-component of P by Eq.

3. Current vector II = 3/2150. Current vector 1 2 ~ 4/3000. 4. Voltage vector VI ~ 150/600. Voltage vector V 2 = 100/1800. Voltage vector V. = 50/3000. 6. Force vector F I = 17/1100. Force vector F 2 = 15/3200. Force vector F. = 10/1900. Work each of the following exercises by the slide-rule method and check for the resultant hypotenuse by the longer method: 6. a = 3, b = 4. Find c. 7. a ~ 5, b = 5. Find c. 8. a ~ 14, b ~ 11. Find c. 9. a = 76, b = 21. Find c. 10. 91. Find c. COMPLEX QUANTITIES CHAPTER 7 COMPLEX QUANTITIES The title of this chapter should not frighten the student, because we have been studying complex quantities in the last chapter.

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