Table of Contents

- 1 What is the difference between magnitude and resultant?
- 2 What is a resultant in physics?
- 3 Is resultant displacement and magnitude the same?
- 4 What is another word for resultant?
- 5 What’s the difference between magnitude and quantity?
- 6 What is the difference between resultant magnitude and magnitude?
- 7 What is the resultant of a + B + C?

## What is the difference between magnitude and resultant?

Dear Student , The basic difference between resultant and magnitude is that resultant can be negative but magnitude cannot be negative in sign .

## What is a resultant in physics?

The resultant is the vector sum of two or more vectors. It is the result of adding two or more vectors together. If displacement vectors A, B, and C are added together, the result will be vector R. As shown in the diagram, vector R can be determined by the use of an accurately drawn, scaled, vector addition diagram.

**How do you find the magnitude and resultant?**

To find the resultant force subtract the magnitude of the smaller force from the magnitude of the larger force. The direction of the resultant force is in the same direction as the larger force. A force of 5 N acts to the right, and a force of 3 N act to the left. Calculate the resultant force.

### Is resultant displacement and magnitude the same?

Displacement is a vector quantity, so it has both magnitude and direction. It is defined as the vector (or straight line) distance between an initial and final position. The resultant displacement therefore depends only on knowledge of these two positions.

### What is another word for resultant?

What is another word for resultant?

aftereffect | aftermath |
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corollary | development |

effect | fate |

fruit | issue |

outcome | outgrowth |

**What do you mean by resultant?**

: derived from or resulting from something else. resultant. noun. Definition of resultant (Entry 2 of 2) : something that results : outcome specifically : the single vector that is the sum of a given set of vectors.

## What’s the difference between magnitude and quantity?

is that magnitude is (uncountable|countable) the absolute or relative size, extent or importance of something while quantity is a fundamental, generic term used when referring to the measurement (count, amount) of a scalar, vector, number of items or to some other way of denominating the value of a collection or group …

## What is the difference between resultant magnitude and magnitude?

Magnitude means it’s the real part of a system or we can say it’s a value of a system. Say a equation x+iy it’s magnitude will be (x^2+y^2)^1/2. And resultant can also be the magnitude and it is the result of a force where there is two force acting on a particular direction with different angle.

Resultants. When displacement vectors are added, the result is a resultant displacement. But any two vectors can be added as long as they are the same vector quantity. If two or more velocity vectors are added, then the result is a resultant velocity. If two or more force vectors are added, then the result is a resultant force.

**What is the difference between resultant vector and equilibrant vector?**

The resultant vector is a single vector that can replace all of the individual vectors. On the other hand, the equilibrant vector is the vector which has the same magnitude to the resultant vector but opposite in direction. Secondly, what is Equilibrant and resultant force?

### What is the resultant of a + B + C?

“To do A + B + C is the same as to do R.” Vector R is the same result as vectors A + B + C!! In summary, the resultant is the vector sum of all the individual vectors. The resultant is the result of combining the individual vectors together. The resultant can be determined by adding the individual forces together using vector addition methods.