### Video Transcript

The diagram shows seven vectors π,
π, π, π, π, π, and π. Which of the vectors is equal to π
minus π?

We are being asked to find the
vector resultant of vector π minus vector π. Since our vectors have been given
to us graphically, we can solve for the vector subtraction using a graphical
method. We need to remember that when weβre
subtracting vector π from vector π, itβs the same thing as adding the negative of
vector π to vector π. To solve our problem, we are going
to need to draw in a vector thatβs the negative of vector π. A negative vector is a vector that
is rotated 180 degrees from the original vector. Vector π had a magnitude of three
units to the right of the screen. Therefore, vector negative π will
have a value of three units to the left of the screen. Vector π also had a length of five
units to the top of our screen and therefore vector negative π will have a value of
five units to the bottom of the screen.

Now that we have drawn in vector
negative π, we can add vector π and vector negative π together using the
tip-to-tail method. In the tip-to-tail method, one
vector slides over until its tail is on the tip of the other vector. The resultant is drawn from the
tail of the unmoved vector to the tip of the moved vector. For our problem, weβre gonna slide
vector negative π over until itβs on the tip of vector π. Then, we draw in a resultant vector
from the tail of vector π to the tip of vector negative π. The resultant points away from the
origin towards the tip of vector negative π. We can see that vector π overlaps
our resultant for vector π minus vector π. Therefore, we can say that of the
seven vectors shown vector π is equal to vector π minus vector π.