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Posted by jude on Wednesday, July 27, 2011 at 4:06pm.

describe the force board experiment to show how to obtain the resultant of two non-parallel coplanar force acting at a point.four forces of magnitude 10N, 5N, 4N, AND 6N acts on an oblect in the direction north. West, east and south respectively.find the magnitude and direction of their resultant

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