Question about Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator
There is not much you can do with the information you provide. One has to assume the application point to be (0,0) and the angle the vector makes with the positive X-axis is 60 degrees
The X-Component is X_A=10*cos(60 deg)
The Y-component is Y_A=10*sin(60 deg)
To calculate the values of the X, and Y components you must make sure the angle unit is degree.
To get X_a type in 10 [COS] 60 [ENTER]
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
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