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Tattyspur:

What two aspects of a force do scientists measure? strength and magnitude position and size size and stability magnitude and direction

Florisalreadytaken:

Well a force usually results from an interaction, so we can eliminate the b and c.

Tattyspur:

i think it may possibly be the last one..

AZ:

Correct! A force is a vector

Florisalreadytaken:

Yea your guess is right — we use vectors to find the directions of the forces and you know why we use magnitude ;)

Tattyspur:

ok :) thank you so much :)

AZ:

I have no idea what that wink implies lol but But a vector has both a direction and a magnitude

AZ:

Of course! You're welcome :)

Tattyspur:

idk either lol

Florisalreadytaken:

Eh im not arsing myself to explain lol

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