Resolution Of Vector
When a vector is resolved, its component vectors produce together the same effect
as the original vector does alone. We can resolve a vector into any number of component
vectors, or we can resolve it along two arbitrary directions. But most often we
resolve a vector along two mutually perpendicular directions, say along x- and y-axes.
What are the techniques of resolution? What are the component vectors? How to find
the original vector if the components are known? How to add several vectors by using
the method of resolution? The video lecture “Resolution of a Vector”
answers some of these questions, and more.