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Q1.1. What are the x – and y –components of the vector. A. E x = E cos b , E y = E sin b B. E x = E sin b , E y = E cos b C. E x = – E cos b , E y = – E sin b D. E x = – E sin b , E y = – E cos b E. E x = – E cos b , E y = E sin b. A1.1.

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Q1.1

What are the x– and y–components of the vector

A. Ex= E cos b, Ey= E sin b

B. Ex= E sin b, Ey= E cos b

C. Ex= –E cos b, Ey= –E sin b

D. Ex= –E sin b, Ey= –E cos b

E. Ex= –E cos b, Ey= E sin b


A1.1

What are the x– and y–components of the vector

A. Ex= E cos b, Ey= E sin b

B. Ex= E sin b, Ey= E cos b

C. Ex= –E cos b, Ey= –E sin b

D. Ex= –E sin b, Ey= –E cos b

E. Ex= –E cos b, Ey= E sin b


Q1.4

Which of the following statements is correct for any two vectors

A. the magnitude of is A + B

B. the magnitude of is A – B

C. the magnitude of is greater than or equal to |A – B|

D. the magnitude of is greater than the magnitude of

E. the magnitude of is


Q1.4

Which of the following statements is correct for any two vectors

A. the magnitude of is A + B

B. the magnitude of is A – B

C. the magnitude of is greater than or equal to |A – B|

D. the magnitude of is greater than the magnitude of

E. the magnitude of is


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