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Vectors

Haga clic para modificar el estilo de subttulo del patrn

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Contents

Components of a vector; column representation. and diffence of two vectors; the zero the vector v. by scalar kv of a vector |v|

Sum

Multiplication Magnitude

j i , , k

Position

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Vector

Scalar:

Magnitude

Vectors:

Magnitude

Direction Sense

Vectors

r r ab r r ab

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Vectors

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Definition

1. Two vectors u and v are equal if they have the same magnitude and direction.

Definition

denoted

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P T

Q S

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Component form

If

u2 u=(u1,u2) or

a u vector in the plane with initial point (0,0) and terminal point (u1,u2), the component of u1 u is

The

length of vector u can be given using Pythagoras 2theorem and/or thhe distance u12 + u2 = ( x2 x1 ) 2 + ( y 2 y1 ) 2 formula:

|u|=

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Find

the components and the length of the vector between the points P(-2,3) and Q(4,7)

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Vector operations

Scalar

multiplication

Its

If u= (u1,u2) then v = ku = k(u1,u2) = (ku1,ku2) As you can conclude, u and v are parallel.

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Vector operations

Vector

addition

Addition

realized between each component separately and independently from each term.

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Triangle Method

20 30

Resulta nt

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Parallelogram Method

Vectors

extension

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Polygon Method

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A=

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Homework

Research

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Base vectors

These vectors represent a vector of magnitude 1 in the positive x-axis and y-axis. i = (1,0) j=(0.1) = (u1,u2) = u1 i + u2 j

ij

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Position vectors

A

vector connected from the origin (O) to any point (A) is represented has OA or a.

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Algebra laws

Commutative

Associative

b+c)

Commutative

= am

Distributive

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Unit vectors

Consider

vector u=3i+4j and obtain its magnitude. And divide it by each component:

|u|= 5

3 u 4 = i+ j 5 5 5

u 3 4 = + 5 5 5

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u

u | u| |u| cos

|u| sin

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Dirention angle?

Obtaining

the angle that forms the vector we use the already known method from trigonometry.

1

u2 = tan u1

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Parallel vector

u m m = (u1i + u2 ) j 2 2 u u1 + u2

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Example

Find

the direction angle (to the nearest degree) of each vector, and find a vector of magnitude 7 that is parallel to each.

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There

Vector

or cross product.

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Scalar product

The

scalar product between vectors a and b, denoted by ab is defined as the product of magnitudes of the vectors times the cosine of the angle between them:

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ab

a cos

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a b = b a 0 = 0 a = 0 (b +c) = a b + a c a = |a|2 (a b) = ka b = a kb

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Find

= -3i + 3j

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Theorem If

u = u1i + u2j and v = v1i + v2j then uv = (u1i + u2j)(v1i + v2j ) = u1v1+u2v2

Prove it !!

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u u

= 2i - 3j v = 3i + 2j

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airspeed (the speed of the plane relative to the surrounding air) is 200km/h and that its compass heading (the direction in which the planes nose is pointing) is due at N 45 E. There is a steady wind blowing from the west at 50 km/h. Because of the wind, the planes true velocity is different from the panel reading. Find the true velocity of the plane, also find its true speed and direction. p

Consider

_B(3,1).

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Use dot product to find the equation of the For that, we must consider any point C(x,y), on the circle circle. whose diameter is AB.

C A

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Remember

= ( x 3, y 1) BC

= ( x + 2, y + 3) AC

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