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Posted by kathy on Friday, November 27, 2009 at 4:53pm.

Consider two vectors where F1 = 31 N, F2 = 67 N,and theta 1 = 240 degrees and theta 2 = 25 degrees, measured from the positive x-axis with counter-clockwise being positive. What is the magnitude of the equilibriant?

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