## What is head to tail Rule explain with example?

## What is head to tail Rule explain with example?

When adding vectors, place the tail of the second vector at the head of the first vector. The tail of the third vector is placed at the head of the second vector. The resultant vector is drawn from the tail of the first vector to the head of the last vector.

## What is polygon and parallelogram law of forces?

Statement: If two vectors are represented in direction and magnitude by two adjacent sides of parallelogram then the resultant vector is given in magnitude and direction by the diagonal of the parallelogram starting from the common point of the adjacent sides.

**What are head’s tail rule?**

To add vector v to vector u Move vector v (keeping its length and orientation the same) until its tail touches the head of u. The sum is the vector from the tail of u to the head of v.

**What method is also known as the head tail method?**

Vector Addition

Vector Addition: Head-to-Tail Method. The head-to-tail method is a graphical way to add vectors, described in Figure 4 below and in the steps following. The tail of the vector is the starting point of the vector, and the head (or tip) of a vector is the final, pointed end of the arrow.

### What is polygon of forces?

polygon of forces (plural polygons of forces) (mechanics) A polygonal figure the sides of which are vectors representing several forces acting simultaneously upon one point, so that the vector necessary to make the figure closed is the resultant of those forces.

### What is polygon method?

The polygon method is a method for finding sum or resultant of more than two vectors. (Can be used for two vectors also).

**What is the head to tail rule?**

**How do you draw a resultant vector?**

To draw the resultant vector, join the tail of the first vector with the second vector’s head and put the arrowhead. To determine the magnitude, measure the length of resultant R, and to find out the direction, measure the angle of the resultant with the x-axis.

## How to find resultant vector using components of a vector?

Finding a resultant vector using components of a vector is known as an analytical method; this method is more mathematical than geometrical and can be regarded as more accurate and precise than the geometrical method, i.e., configuring using the head-to-tail rule.

## How do you find the resultant vector of a parallelogram?

Finding Resultant Vector Using Parallelogram Method According to the law of parallelogram vector addition: “If two vectors acting, at once, at a point can be represented by the adjacent sides of a parallelogram drawn from a point, then the resultant vector is represented by the diagonal of the parallelogram passing through that point.”

**Which vector is the resultant of two red vectors?**

In the picture on the left, the black vector is the resultant of the two red vectors. To try to understand what a resultant is consider the following story. If you drove from your house, centered at the origin. To your friends house, at the point (3, 4), imagine that you had to take two different roads these are the two red vectors.

**What is the most complicated resultant vector problem?**

The most complicated resultant vector problem is one in which angled vectors must be decomposed into horizontal and vertical components before the problem can be treated in the same manner as a perpendicular vector problem. Vector: the representation of the magnitude and direction of an object like force, velocity, or acceleration.