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Vector as Sum of Vectors

» numerical expression in place of numbers

→ `2` can be represented with `4-2` or `34/17`*All these represent the same number.*

» Vectors as Linear combination of vectors

→ `3 sqrt(2)` at `45^@` angle

→ `3` at `0^@` + `3` at `90^@`

→ `6` at `90^@` + `3sqrt(2)` at `-45^@`*All these represent the same vector.*

*plain and simple summary*

nub

*plain and simple summary*

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*A vector can be equivalently given as the sum of vectors.*

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In this page, you will learn that Vectors can be represented as sum of several vectors.

Starting on learning "Vector as sum of vectors". ;; In this page, you will learn that Vectors can be represented as sum of several vectors.

Which of the following is the largest number?

- `5`
- `2+3`
- `6-1`
- All the above

Answer is 'all the above'. *A quantity can be equivalently represented with a number or combination of several numbers. *

Three persons, starting from a common point, are walking

• Person A walks at an angle `45^@` for `3xx sqrt2` meter

• Person B walks `3` meter at an angle `0^@` and then 3 meter at an angle `90^@`

• Person C walks `6` meter at an angle `90^@` and then `3 xx sqrt2` meter at an angle `−45^@`

To walk to the starting point, all three has to walk ____

- same distance but different directions
- same distance in the same direction
- different distances in the same direction
- different distances in different directions

Answer is 'same distance in the same direction'. *A vector quantity can be equivalently represented by combination of several vectors. *

Three persons, starting from a common point, are walking

• Person A walks at an angle `45^@` for `3xx sqrt2` meter

• Person B walks `3` meter at an angle `0^@` and then 3 meter at an angle `90^@`

• Person C walks `6` meter at an angle `90^@` and then `3 xx sqrt2` meter at an angle `−45^@`. What describes the walk of Person A?

- One vector quantity `3sqrt2` at angle `45^@`
- Sum of two vector quantities `3sqrt2` and angle `45^@`

The answer is 'One vector quantity'.

Three persons, starting from a common point, are walking

• Person A walks at an angle `45^@` for `3xx sqrt2` meter

• Person B walks `3` meter at an angle `0^@` and then 3 meter at an angle `90^@`

• Person C walks `6` meter at an angle `90^@` and then `3 xx sqrt2` meter at an angle `−45^@` What describes the walk of Person B?

- two vector quantities `3` at `0^@` and `3` at `90^@`
- two vector quantities `6` at `90^@` and `3sqrt2` at `-45^@`

Answer is 'two vector quantities `3` at `0^@` and `3` at `90^@`'.

Note that person A’s and person B’s walks are specified by one vector quantity and two vector quantities. Still, they are at the same distance and direction from the starting point. Effectively, their return to the starting point can be specified by one identical vector quantity.

In scalar quantities, person A has `3` apples in a basket. Person B has `2` apples in one hand and `1` apple in another hand. Who has more apples?

- Person A
- Person B
- both have the same number of apples

The answer is 'both have the same number of apples', which is understood as `2+1 = 3`.

Given vectors

`vec x = 2i+3j+4k`

`vec y = -1i-1j-2k`

`vec z = i+2j+2k`

What is `vec x+vec y`?

- i-2j+2k
- i+2j+2k
- 3i+4j+6k
- none of the above

answer is '`i+2j+2k`'. Note that the result is same as `vec z`. Reiterating that *A vector can be equivalently given as a sum of vectors.*

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**Linear Combination of Vectors: **A vector can be equivalently represented as sum of vectors.

*practice questions to master the knowledge*

Exercise

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Which of the following is the largest number?

5

5

2;3;plus

2+3

6;minus;1

6 minus 1

all;the;above

All the above

The answer is "all the above". A quantity can be equivalently represented with a number or combination of several numbers.

three persons, starting from a common point, are walking ;; person a walks at an angles 45 degree for 3 times square root 2 meter;; person b walks 3 meter at an angle 0 degree and then 3 meter at an angle 90 degree;; person c walks 6 meter at an angle 90 degree and then 3 times square root 2 meter at an angle minus 45 degree. ;; To walk to the starting point, all three has to walk ...

1

2

3

4

The answer is "same distance in the same direction". A vector quantity can be equivalently represented by combination of several vectors.

What describes the walk of Person A?

1

2

The answer is 'One vector quantity'.

What describes the walk of Person B?

1

2

The answer is "two vector quantities 3 at 0 degree and 3 at 90 degree".

Note that person A’s and person B’s walks are specified by one vector quantity and two vector quantities. Still, they are at the same distance and direction from the starting point. Effectively, their return to the starting point can be specified by one identical vector quantity.

In scalar quantities, person A has 3 apples in a basket. Person B has 2 apples in one hand and 1 apple in another hand. Who has more apples?

a

Person A

b

Person B

both;have;same;number;apples

both have the same number of apples

The answer is 'both have the same number of apples', which is understood as 2+1 = 3 .

Given vectors: x = 2 i + 2 j + 4 k ; vector y = minus 1 i minus 1 j minus 2 k ; vector z = i + 2j + 2k ; What is vector x plus vector y?

1

2

3

4

The answer is "i + 2j + 2k". Note that the result is same as vector z. Reiterating that A vector can be equivalently given as a sum of vectors.

A vector can be equivalently given as the sum of vectors.

Linear Combination of Vectors: A vector can be equivalently represented as sum of vectors.