Enter the values of two different vectors into the calculator. The calculator will evaluate and display the resultant vector.

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## Resultant Vector Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the resultant vector from the summation of two different vectors.

X,Y,Z = X (vector 1) + X (vector 2), Y1 + Y2, Z1 + Z2

- Where X, Y, and Z are the coordinate values of the new vector
- X1,Y1,Z1 are the values of the first vector
- X2,Y2,Z2 are the values of the second vector

## Resultant Vector Definition

A resultant vector is a vector that is calculated through the summation of two or more individual vectors.

## Resultant Vector Example

How to calculate a resultant vector?

**First, determine the values of the first vector.**Determine the individual values of the vector.

**Next, determine the values of the second vector.**Determine the individual values of the vector.

**Finally, calculate the resultant vector.**Using the formula above, calculate the resultant vector.

## FAQ

**What is a resultant vector?**

A resultant vector is the combination of 2 or more vectors into a single equivalent vector.