Posted by **emilee** on Thursday, January 28, 2010 at 12:21am.

Three forces are applied to an object. Force 1 has a magnitude of 22.0 newtons (22.0 N) and is directed 30.0° to the left of the +y axis. Force 2 has a magnitude of 15.0 N and points along the +x axis. What must be the magnitude and direction (specified by the angle è in the drawing) of the third force 3 such that the vector sum of the three forces is 0 N?

i can't show you the picture for this problem, but is there anyway you can tell my how to attempt to start this problem?

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- physics - Three forces are applied to an object, as indicated in the drawing. ...
- Physics - There are two forces acting on an object. One force has a magnitude of...
- College Physics - There are two forces acting on an object. One force has a ...
- Physics - URGENT - Four forces are acting on an object in static equilibrium: ...
- physics - Four forces are acting on an object in static equilibrium: Force 1 has...
- Physics - A mass of 8 kg lies on a horizontal, frictionless floor. A force of 72...
- Physics 1 - A mass of 8 kg lies on a horizontal, frictionless floor. A force of ...
- physics - A mass of 8 kg lies on a horizontal, frictionless floor. A force of 72...
- physics - A mass of 8 kg lies on a horizontal, frictionless floor. A force of ...
- Physics - Figure 7-47 shows a cold package of hot dogs sliding rightward across ...

More Related Questions