What is Head to Tail Rule in Physics

Head to Tail Rule

 

Suppose we have two vector A and B having the different magnitude and direction.

 

  1. First of all chose a suitable scale and representation of all the vector have been drawn on the paper.

 

  1. Put all the vector for finding the resultant of given vector such that the head of the first vector join the tail of the second vector.

 

  1. Now join the tail of the first vector with tail of the second vector such that it join the two vector with head to head and tail to tail by another.

 

  1. The new vector R will be the resultant of the given vector.

 

  1. It can be measured by the Dee or any suitable mean. This method is called the head to tailor or tip to tail rule.

 

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