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How to calculate the resultant of two vectors easily?

In this post, we will discuss how to calculate the resultant of two vectors easily. The resultant of two vectors ...
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Polar form and Cartesian form of Vector representation

Here we will discuss the Polar form and Cartesian form of Vector representation. Vectors may be represented in two ways: ...
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Using Vector Cross product to find Area of a Parallelogram

Let's see how to use the Vector Cross product to find the Area of a Parallelogram. Here we will see ...
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Using the Vector Cross product to find the Area of a Triangle

Let's see how to use the Vector Cross product to find the Area of a Triangle. Here we will see ...
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Vectors class 11 Physics revision notes – chapter 4, concepts, formulas, applications & Questions | CBSE, ISC, UPSC | grade 12

This post covers Vectors class 11 Physics revision notes – chapter 4 with concepts, formulas, applications, numerical & Questions. These ...
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Numerical problems on collisions of objects in two dimensions – solving with axial vector components

In this post, we solve a few selected Numerical problems on collisions of objects in two dimensions. We will solve ...
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[pdf notes] Vector – grade 10 Notes download | class 11 physics notes on Vector physics

This Vector Notes [PDF] is primarily for the grade 10 (10th grade) physics syllabus of different international boards. This also ...
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How to find Vector Product? | Formula, example, cross product, rules

The vector product of two vectors A and B, also called the cross product, is denoted by A X B, ...
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Numerical problem sets on Vector Physics (Class 11 & 12)

This post presents Numerical problems on Vector Physics. These 2 worksheets will help students who are preparing for Class 11 ...
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How to resolve vectors easily?

If we take a single vector we can find a pair of vectors at right angles to each other that ...
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