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The defintion of torque contains two vectors, not just the force vector.Now how will it produce torque?
here it implies this system containing two vectors!Now how will it produce torque?
Look up the defintion of torque. What vectors are there?But other force vector is also there ,there are two vectors!
You cannot move force vectors like that. Where did you learn that you could?Please tell me where am i getting wrong?
Sorry,but I did not understand.You can replace a force vector with another force vector and a couple.
Kindly look atYou cannot move force vectors like that. Where did you learn that you could?
Kindly look at the defintion of torque. It involves what is called "tail" in your reference.Kindly look at
I see your confusion. The link is primarily teaching about vectors, but it does explicitly mention force and velocity as generic examples of vectors. There are some caveats that were not made clear in the article.Kindly look at
Two forces,you meant?the two torqyes
obviously I know!If you don't know what a cross product is, look it up.
I am not confused.You should have listened to what A.T said in his first two posts and googled this. Would have saved you a lot of confusion.
Why would it be?i just meant it is very basic.disparaging comment or something.