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By Jan Eaton

Create stunning afghans and components with 2 hundred knitted blocks to mix 'n match! A kaleidoscope of colourful modern and standard designs variety from effortless to advanced.
· Knit 2 hundred blocks, from easy knit-and-purl styles to cable, lace, and bobble blocks
· mix blocks in any association; all blocks will end to an identical measurement while labored within the related yarn weight
· end any undertaking fashionable with styles for fringes, ruffles, and different ornamental edgings

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4b) 18 CHAPTER 2. 2 Various ways of representing a vector: A vector F = 3 Nˆı + 3 Nˆ is represented in various ways, some incorrect, in the following figures. The base vectors used are shown first. Comment on each representation, whether it is correct or incorrect, and why. rep) Solution The given vector is a force with components of 3 N each in the positive ıˆ and ˆ directions using the unit vectors ıˆ and ˆ shown in the box above. The unit vectors ıˆ , and ˆ are also shown. √ a) Correct: 3 2 Nˆı .

1. 9 Finding a unit vector: A string is pulled with a force F = 100 N as shown in the Fig. 15. Write F as a vector. 6 m y x Solution A vector can be written, as we just showed in the previous sample problem, as the product of its magnitude and a unit vector along the given vector. Here, the magnitude of the force is given and we know it acts along AB. 15: ˆ AB is a unit vector along AB. So now we need to find λ ˆ AB . We can easily where λ ˆ AB if we know vector AB. Let us denote vector AB by r AB (sometimes we find λ will also write it as r B/A to represent the position of B with respect to A as a vector).

A force F axis of rotation is defined as the line through C that is in the λ is applied at P. We can break F into a sum of three vectors r F =F +F +F ⊥ r where F is parallel to the axis, F is directed along the shortest connection between ⊥ the axis and P (and is thus perpendicular to the axis) and F is out of the plane ˆ By analogy with the teeter totter we see that F r and F cause defined by C, P and λ. ⊥ no tendency to rotate about the axis. So only the F contributes. Example: Try this. Stand facing a partially open door with the front of your body parallel to the plane of the door (a door with no springs is best).

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