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Weegy: Decide on some accceptable scale: perhaps 1cm = 10km On your cartesian plane take the +X axis as being due east. On the X axis draw a line 21.5cm long.This will represent the 215km east travel At the end of this line, at the 21.5cm mark, [ make an angle of 45° which is in the nort east direction. Draw a second line 8.5cm long. This will represent the 85km nort east travel. Now join the origin to this end mark on the NE line. This line is the displacement of the car from the start in magnitude and direction. Measure this line in cm, multiply by 10 to give you the magnitude of the displacement, and with a protractor, measure the angle between the line and the X-axis, which is the direction of the resultant displacement. ]


User: how do you draw a vector scale

Weegy: The ability to scale vector graphics significantly reduces the amount of time that ... How to Convert to a Vector File. Do you have some image files, such as TIFF, JPEG, BMP and ...


User: how to draw vector diagrams

Weegy: First, choose a point where you will start to draw your first vector. Usually, if you have a graphing paper, one starts at the origin. Your first vector is 2.3 m North. Draw an arrow starting from the origin pointing up (or north). [ Now, you have to use a scale when drawing your vector. Here, I could you use a scale of 5cm:1m. So, if this is the scale you will use, then the length of the arrow you will draw is: 2.3m(5cm/1m) = 11.5 cm Next, at the arrowhead of your first vector, draw an arrow pointing downward (south). The arrow has a length of 1.2m(5cm/1m) = 6cm. That's it! (Note Drawing your vectors like this is one way of getting your resultant vector, that is, the sum of two (or more) vectors. We call this the Graphical Method of Adding Vectors. If you want to get your resultant from your drawing above, all you have to do is to draw an arrow from the tail of your first vector to the arrowhead of your last vector. The length of this vector is the magnitude of your resultant vector. Of course, you will have to convert the length to the actual measure using your chosen scale.) teddy boy ]


User: Applied mechanics

Weegy: Applied mechanics is a branch of the physical sciences and the practical application of mechanics. Applied mechanics examines the response of bodies (solids and fluids) or systems of bodies to external forces.
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