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Posted by **Allie** on Friday, April 20, 2012 at 4:48pm.

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**Elena**, Friday, April 20, 2012 at 5:01pmNet force is F = 40 + 76•cosα =40 +76•0.707 = 93.74 N

a =F/m =93.74/3.9 = 24 m/s^2

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**Elena**, Friday, April 20, 2012 at 5:15pmI’ve found the figure to this problem, so the solution is following.

x- and y- components of net forces are

F1(x) = 40 N, F1(y) =0

F2 (x) =76•cosα = 93.74 N,

F2 (y)= 76•sin α = 93.74 N ,

Net force

F(x)=133.74 N,

F(y) = 93.74 N.

F = sqrt(133.74^2 + 93.74^2) = 163.33 N

a =F/m =163.33 /3.9 = 41.88 m/s^2

Net force makes an angle β with x-axis,

tan β = 93.74/133.74 = 0.7

The direction of the acceleration of the object is β = 35o above the x-axis

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**Allie**, Friday, April 20, 2012 at 5:18pm+y| / F

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40N

This is pretty much what the picture looks like. Your answer was incorrect!

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**Elena**, Friday, April 20, 2012 at 5:57pmF1(x) = 40 N, F1(y) =0

F2 (x) =76•cosα = 53.74 N, F2 (y)= 76•sin α = 53.74 N ,

Net force F(x)=93.74 N, F(y) = 53.74 N.

F = sqrt(53.74^2 + 93.74^2) = 108 N

a =F/m =108 /3.9 = 27.7 m/s^2

Net force makes an angle β with x-axis,

tan β = 53.74/93.74 = 0.57

The direction of the acceleration of the object is β = 29.8o above the x-axis

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