# One Dimensional Kinematics Part 2 Vector Addition

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• 1.
What is Vector A + Vector B equal to.    Vector A = 4.2 m at 45 degrees.    Vector B = 4.2 m at 45 degrees
• A.

8 m at 45 degrees

• B.

0 m at 45 degrees

• C.

8 m at 90 degrees

• D.

5 m at 45 degrees

• E.

0 m at 0 degrees

• 2.
What is Vector A + Vector B equal to.     Vector A = 4.2 m at 45 degrees.    Vector B = 4.2 m at 135 degrees
• A.

8.4 m at 45 degrees

• B.

0 m at 45 degrees

• C.

6 m at 90 degrees

• D.

8.4 m at 175 degrees

• 3.
What is Vector A + Vector B equal to?    Vector A = 40 m at 0 degrees.   Vector B = 10 m at 90 degrees
• A.

57.3 m at 23 degrees

• B.

50 m at 90 degrees

• C.

30 m at 0 degrees

• D.

41.2 m at 14 degrees

• E.

50 m at 0 degrees

• 4.
What is Vector A + Vector B + Vector C equal to?   Vector A = 20 m at 0 degrees.    Vector B = 20 m at 36.9 degrees.   Vector C = 20 m at 90 degrees
• A.

60 m at 90 degrees

• B.

20 m at 180 degrees

• C.

48.2 m at 41.6 degrees

• D.

50.4 m at 64.1 degrees

• E.

32.4 m at 154.3 degrees

• 5.
What is the equilibrant of Vector A + Vector B?     Vector A =10 m at 0 degrees.      Vector B = 10 m at 0 degrees
• A.

20 m at 0 degrees

• B.

10 m at 45 degrees

• C.

0 m at 0 degrees

• D.

20 m at 90 degrees

• E.

20 m at 180 degrees