 ### Gravesande's Apparatus

An apparatus for verifying the parallelogram of forces. This method is used in physics for determining… ### Motions Of 2 Points In Same Plane And Parallel

Illustration showing two points a and b to be in the same plane and parallel. ### Motions Of 2 Points In Same Plane And Parallel

Illustration showing two points a and b to be in the same plane and parallel. ### Motions Of 3 Points

Illustration showing three points a, b, and c in motion. The magnitude and direction of a and b are… ### Parallelopiped of Motions

Illustration used "If three component motions ab, ac, and ad are combined, their resultant af will be… ### Vector Addition Given Resultant

Illustration "where ad is the given resultant, if the two components have the magnitudes represented… ### Vector Motion Into Two Components - Resultant

Illustration used to resolve a motion into two components, one of which is perpendicular, and the other… ### Velocities Of Rigidly-connected Points

Illustration for rigidly-connected points. "If two points are so connected that their distance apart… ### Velocities Of Rigidly-connected Points

Illustration for rigidly-connected points. In the series of links shown, c and d are fixed axes and… ### Vector

OP is a line representing a vector (directed quantity) Illustration showing two component forces ab and ac acting upon point a. The result is the vector ad… ### Vector Showing Force at Angle of 20 degrees

OP is a vector (directed quantity) showing the force by a weight acting on it at an angle of 20 degrees. ### Resultant Vector With Vectors at 90 degrees

Illustration of the resultant vector when two vectors are acting upon a body at point P at 90 degrees. ### Resultant Vectors

Illustration of the resultant vector when two vectors are acting upon a body at point P. ### Resultant Vector With Vectors at Angle Ǝ

Illustration of the resultant vector when two vectors are acting upon a body at point P at Ǝ degrees. ### Resultant Vector From 4 Forces

Illustration of the resultant vector when four vectors are acting upon a body at point P.