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Posted by courtney on Wednesday, January 16, 2008 at 3:23pm.

A 14.5 kg ring has 3 ropes attached to it. One rope is being pulled due North with a force of 340 N. Another rope is being pulled 68 degrees South of West with a force of 450 N. How hard and in what direction must the third rope be pulled in order to cause the ring to move 15 degrees North of East? How far will the ring have moved after 28 s?

i'm not even sure where to start with this one! Can I please get help?

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