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

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?

  1. First, determine the values of the first vector.

    Determine the individual values of the vector.

  2. Next, determine the values of the second vector.

    Determine the individual values of the vector.

  3. 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.

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