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THE VECTOR SUM OF THE FORCES OF 10N and 6N CAN BE. (a)2N (b)8N (c)18N (d)20N

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8 years ago

```							ans (B) 8N
Beacause the maximum value of the magnitude of resultant vector of 10N and 6N ( 10 + 6 = 16N) can be 16N if the angle between the vector is 0 degree and the minimum value of magnitude of resultant vector can be 10 - 6 = 4N if the angle between the vector is 180 degree
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8 years ago
```							max=10+6 = 16Nmin = 10-4 = 4 Nhence only option C is satisfying the conditions.please apporve my answer by clicking on like.
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8 years ago
```							8N as net force lies between  lies between the range 4N and 16N
IT CAN BE EQUAL TO 2N FOR A SMALL ANGLE BETWEEN THEM
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7 years ago
```							sum is given by root( A^2 + B^2 + 2.A.Bcosx)=(136 + 120cosx)Hence ans is (b)8N ans.
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7 years ago
```							the answer of this question is option(b) 8N because i have read this question in my resonance module.By- tanvi khandelwal
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6 years ago
```							8
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4 years ago
```							The answer is 2 newtons I think this is the right answer because its not asking minimum or maximum so according to me the right answer is A
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2 years ago
```							From the rules of vectorA-B≤R≤A+B Here, A = 10 and B= 6. So, 10-6≤R≤10+64≤R≤16 Here, R is the resultant vector.So it should be below 16 and greater than 4. And from the option the favourable answer is 8  So option (B) is correct!!! Cheers!
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2 years ago
```							Answer to this question is option b.    10+6=16 and 10-6=4. Therefore maximum is 16 and minimum is 4.  So answer will lie between 16 and 4.
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2 years ago
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