Posted by **James** on Sunday, September 11, 2011 at 4:33pm.

Consider three force vectors ~ F1, ~ F2, and ~ F3

with magnitude 43 N and direction 53; mag-

nitude 94 N and direction 162; and magni-

tude 59 N and direction 288, respectively. All

direction angles are measured from the posi-

tive x axis: counter-clockwise for > 0 and

clockwise for < 0.

What is the magnitude of the resultant vec-

tor k~F k, where ~F = ~ F1 + ~ F2 + ~ F3 ? Draw the

vectors to scale on a graph to determine the

answer.

Answer in units of N Your answer must be

within ± 5.0%

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