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In aeronautics, the bearing of B from A is more often given as the angle made by the ray AB with the north line through A, measured clockwise from the north (i.e., from the north around through the east). For example, see Fig. 5.2. Fig. 5.2
CHAPTER 5 Practical Applications
5.2 Vectors
Any physical quantity, like force or velocity, which has both magnitude and direction is called a vector quantity. A vector quantity may be represented by a directed line segment (arrow) called a vector. The direction of the vector is that of the given quantity and the length of the vector is proportional to the magnitude of the quantity. EXAMPLE 5.1 An airplane is traveling N40 E at 200 mi/h. Its velocity is represented by the vector AB in Fig. 5.3. Fig. 5.3 EXAMPLE 5.2 A motor boat having the speed 12 mi/h in still water is headed directly across a river whose current is 4 mi/h. In Fig. 5.4, the vector CD represents the velocity of the current and the vector AB represents, to the same scale, the velocity of the boat in still water. Thus, vector AB is three times as long as vector CD. Fig. 5.4 EXAMPLE 5.3 In Fig. 5.5, vector AB represents a force of 20 lb making an angle of 35 with the positive direction on the x axis and vector CD represents a force of 30 lb at 150 with the positive direction on the x axis. Both vectors are drawn to the same scale. Fig. 5.5
Two vectors are said to be equal if they have the same magnitude and direction. A vector has no fixed position in a plane and may be moved about in the plane provided that its magnitude and direction are not changed.

