Man, my online physics course sucks. Every time there is a lab or an assignment, it's on stuff I haven't done, lol.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Anyway I have an angle of 155 degrees separating one 18 N vector going 85 degrees northwest, and another vector going about 60 degrees southwest. The other angle is 12 N.

I have to add them, somehow, and give the magnitude of the new vector and its angle.

Then I take my new answer and use it to find the angle between it and another angle, which I already know. I should be able to do that easily enough with the protractor.

I have only been taught to add vectors which create right trangles, any way to solve it with right triangles would be great.

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# Homework Help: Vector Addition Question

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