### Video Transcript

Weβve got π which is the
vector three, two and π which is the vector four, negative one. And we want to add those two
vectors together. So just quickly sketching those
out, here weβve got vector π which has an π₯-component of positive three and a
π¦-component of positive two β so weβve gone three in that direction, two in
that direction β and π, which has an π₯-component of four and a π¦-component of
negative one.

So if we add these two vectors,
itβs like laying them end to end and then working out how we get from the
beginning of the first vector to the end of the last vector. So to get from here to here,
weβve taken a journey of three in the π₯-direction here and another four in the
π₯-direction here. So to find the π₯-component of
the resultant vector, π plus π, we simply add the π₯-component of π to the
π₯-component of π.

And now letβs visit the
π¦-components. So to get from here to here
again, weβve done our positive two to take us up to the top of the diagram but
then we came back one. So weβve got to add those two
components together. So thatβs two plus negative
one. And three and four makes seven,
so the resultant π₯-component is seven. And two add negative one is
one, so the resultant π¦-component is one.

So addition of vectors is just
a case of adding the π₯-components and adding the π¦-components.