By A.S. Kompaneyets

A process Theoretical Physics, quantity 2. Statistical legislation: Statistical Physics, Hydrodynamics and fuel Dynamics, Electrodynamics of constant Media, actual Kinetics. writer: A. S. Kompaneyets. MIR Publishers, Moscow.

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B Answer When two vectors are equal, the x component of vector A equals the x compoB B nent of vector B (Ax ϭ Bx) and the y component of vector A equals the y component of B vector B (Ay ϭ By). Solution We focus on the fact that the x components of the vectors are the same and the y com- ponents of the vectors are the same.

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