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# Two vectors started from the origin and moved to the east and north direction 10 m, 15 m, respectively, and the angle between the vectors is 30 degrees, then find the resultant of the vectors.

- 1
- 2
- 0.5
- 0.3

## The correct answer is: 0.5

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- If two vectors A and B with magnitude a and b respectively are given and the angle between them is θ Then the magnitude of the Resultant of A and B is R =
- R =
- R =
- Solving we get R = 24 (approx)

- If two vectors A and B with magnitude a and b respectively are given and the angle between them is θ Then the magnitude of the Resultant of A and B is R =
- R =
- R =
- Solving we get R = 24 (approx)

If two vectors A and B with magnitude a and b respectively are given and the angle between them is θ Then the magnitude of the Resultant of A and B is R =

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