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If the position of particle changes from (-6,3,-5)cm to (2,0,5) cm then the magnitude of displacement vector is ?

If the position of particle changes from (-6,3,-5)cm to (2,0,5) cm then the magnitude of displacement vector is ?

Grade:8

1 Answers

Divyesh Parikh
26 Points
2 months ago
We can find the final displacement vector by addiing the given two vectors (i.e triangle law)
so by adding them we get the displacement vector as -4 i + 3 j + 0 z 
Therefore the magnitude = square root of ( (-4)+ (3)2 + (0)2 )
=5 

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