**Q. How is a vector quantity represented?**

- Q. How is a vector quantity described a numerically B graphically?
- Q. Which measurement is a vector quantity?
- Q. Is current density scalar or vector?
- Q. Which type of quantity is the power?
- Q. What is Net Force formula?
- Q. What is net force and how do you calculate it?
- Q. When the net force on an object is zero?
- Q. What is tension unit?

## Q. How is a vector quantity described a numerically B graphically?

By using its magnitude and direction, this vector can be expressed as R = 50.0 m and θ = 7.0º south of east. The head-to-tail graphical method of vector addition works for any number of vectors. The head of this vector R meets the head of the vector B. The vector R is known as the resultant vector.

**Q. How is a vector quantity represented?**

**Q. Can vectors be added graphically?**

The graphical method of adding vectors A and B involves drawing vectors on a graph and adding them using the head-to-tail method. The head-to-tail method of adding vectors involves drawing the first vector on a graph and then placing the tail of each subsequent vector at the head of the previous vector.

### Q. Which measurement is a vector quantity?

Physical quantities specified completely by giving a number of units (magnitude) and a direction are called vector quantities. Examples of vector quantities include displacement, velocity, position, force, and torque.

**Q. Is work scalar or vector?**

Complete answer: Also, we know that work is a dot product of vectors force and the displacement. Since, the dot product is a scalar quantity. So, work is a scalar quantity, it has only magnitude not direction.

**Q. Is density a vector quantity?**

since density is a scalar quantity. Thus density can be expressed as vector using scalar density field.

## Q. Is current density scalar or vector?

Despite being the ratio of two scalar quantities, current density is a vector.

**Q. Is angular momentum is a vector quantity?**

Angular momentum is a vector quantity, requiring the specification of both a magnitude and a direction for its complete description.

**Q. Is Power is a vector quantity?**

Power is defined as the energy (or work) per unit time. Since, time is not considered as a vector quantity, and neither energy or work because the work is not directional. So yes, the power is a scalar quantity because it has a unit magnitude but no direction.

### Q. Which type of quantity is the power?

In physics, power is the amount of energy transferred or converted per unit time. In the International System of Units, the unit of power is the watt, equal to one joule per second. In older works, power is sometimes called activity. Power is a scalar quantity.

**Q. How do I calculate torque?**

A practical way to calculate the magnitude of the torque is to first determine the lever arm and then multiply it times the applied force. The lever arm is the perpendicular distance from the axis of rotation to the line of action of the force. and the magnitude of the torque is τ = N m.

**Q. Is force a scalar quantity?**

Force cannot be described using a scalar, since force has both direction and magnitude; however, the magnitude of a force alone can be described with a scalar, for instance the gravitational force acting on a particle is not a scalar, but its magnitude is.

The individual torques add to produce a net torque about the axis. When the appropriate sign (positive or negative) is assigned to the magnitudes of individual torques about a specified axis, the net torque about the axis is the sum of the individual torques: →τnet=∑i|→τi|.

**Q. What is work formula?**

To express this concept mathematically, the work W is equal to the force f times the distance d, or W = fd. If the force is being exerted at an angle θ to the displacement, the work done is W = fd cos θ.

**Q. Is torque a vector?**

Torque is a vector quantity. The direction of the torque vector depends on the direction of the force on the axis.

### Q. What is Net Force formula?

When the body is at rest, the net force formula is given by, FNet = Fa + Fg. Where, Fa = applied force, Fg = gravitational force.

**Q. What is the symbol for net force?**

ΣF

**Q. What is Net Force example?**

A net force is the sum of all forces acting on an object. A net force is capable of accelerating a mass. For instance, if the wheels of a car push it forward with 5 Newtons and drag is 3 Newtons , the net force is 2 Newtons , forward. In this example, the difference between drag and thrust is 15 Newtons , to the left.

## Q. What is net force and how do you calculate it?

The net force is just the sum of all of these forces acting on an object. This equation is the sum of n forces acting on an object. The magnitude of the net force acting on an object is equal to the mass of the object multiplied by the acceleration of the object, as shown in this formula.

**Q. Can Net Force be negative?**

Yes. Force can be negative. Suppose you apply a force but you aren’t able to move it in the direction you apply force, so logically you aren’t able to apply force in the desired direction but you are being overcome by the force applied the other object. So the net force you apply is negative.

**Q. How do you solve a net force diagram?**

A free body diagram is just a simple sketch of the object showing all the forces that are acting on it.

- Draw a quick sketch of the object.
- Draw an arrow showing every force acting on the object.
- To calculate the net force, add any vectors acting on the same axis (x and y), making sure to pay attention to the directions.

### Q. When the net force on an object is zero?

When an object is in equilibrium (either at rest or moving with constant velocity), the net force acting on it zero. A vector can only have zero magnitude if all of its components are zero.

**Q. What is the tension formula?**

Tension is nothing but the drawing force acting on the body when it is hung from objects like chain, cable, string etc. It is represented by T (occasionally also symbolized as Ft). Tension formula is articulated as. T=mg+ma.

**Q. Is tension equal to MG?**

The pulling force that acts along a stretched flexible connector, such as a rope or cable, is called tension, T. When a rope supports the weight of an object that is at rest, the tension in the rope is equal to the weight of the object: T = mg.

## Q. What is tension unit?

In physics, tension, as a transmitted force, as an action-reaction pair of forces, or as a restoring force, may be a force and has the units of force measured in newtons (or sometimes pounds-force).

**Q. What is the SI unit of viscosity and surface tension?**

What are SI units of surface tension and coefficient of viscosity? SI unit of surface tension is Nm–1. SI unit of coefficient of viscosity is kg m-1 s-1.

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