# Name of All Group members Section At the end of this activity you will be able...    Name of All Group members Section At the end of this activity you will be able to: a. Add and Subtract vectors b. Resolve vectors into horizontal and vertical components c. Apply vector components to solve kinematic problems. Rank the magnitudes of the vectors from greatest to least. If two or more vectors have the same magnitude, the sequence in which you list them does not matter. 7Least Greatest 1 2 3 , 4 2. List all of the vectors that have the same direction as vector Z. 2. ist all of the vectors that have the same direction as
3. For the diagram below showing through from greatest to least. Use a traditional x and orientat x components: Most positive 1- 2- y components: Most positive 1 list the value of the components of each of the vectors y axis orientation.(positive.x.to.the.right.and.positive.y.in.the.up.direction). vectors A through 3 , 4 , 5 Most negative Most negative y- axis x-axis
5, W=А-В-С+D W:x component W: y component Z=A+B+C+D Z :x component_ Ž: y component In the diagram to the left Vector A has a magnitude of 5.8 units and makes an angle of 31 degrees with respect to the positive x axis. Vector B has a magnitude of 5 units and makes an angle of 53.1 degrees with respect to the negative x axis. 53 31° What are the components of the resultant of:
Extra for Experts: 8a. Two teams of treasure hunters are in possession of a map to a buried treasure deep in a jungle. Both teams t a large stone carving that is indicated as the starting point of the map. The map indicates that in order to find the treasure a person must walk East followed by a walk to the South of 25 meters and then 300 m to the North then turn and walk 70 m to the a final walk to the West of 130 m. One team starts off s directly. Using your knowledge of vectors, what displacement will take you directly to the buried treasure? (Give you r answer in meters and the angle measured clockwise from the North) b. Both teams walk at a typical 80 m/hr pace due to the thick jungle cover. In terms of time, the other team will your team arrive at the treasure? (ILe., how much time do you have to dig before the ot arrives?) #### Earn Coin

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