Calculating the relative velocity is an example of ______
(a) Vector addition
(b) Vector subtraction
(c) Vector multiplication
(d) Vector division
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The query is from Vector Addition in portion Motion in a Plane of Physics – Class 11
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The correct answer is (b) Vector subtraction
To explain I would say: The formula for relative velocity is, Vector VR = Vector VA – Vector VB. Finding relative velocity is an example of vector subtraction. In fact, finding the relative value for any vector quantity, we need to do vector subtraction.