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I guess you asked about [1].ugobroncs3343 said:I know that the right hand rule applies but I am confused on exactly what to do from there?
The missing vector is a vector that is not explicitly given but can be calculated or determined using other known vectors and the laws of vector addition.
The direction of the missing vector can be found using the Law of Sines or the Law of Cosines, depending on the given information and the type of triangle formed by the known vectors.
To find the direction of the missing vector, you will need at least two known vectors and the angle between them. Additional information, such as the magnitude of the missing vector, can also be helpful in some cases.
Yes, the direction of the missing vector can be negative. This indicates that the vector is pointing in the opposite direction of the given reference direction.
Yes, trigonometry can be used to find the direction of the missing vector. The Law of Sines and the Law of Cosines involve trigonometric functions such as sine, cosine, and tangent to determine the direction of the missing vector.