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Homework Help: Physics

Posted by Diego on Monday, October 15, 2012 at 7:49pm.

Consider two vectors F~
1 with magnitude 44 N
inclined at 163

and F~
2 with magnitude 72 N
inclined at 236

, measured from the positive
x axis with counterclockwise positive.
What is the magnitude of the resultant vector F~
1 + F~
2 ? Draw the vectors to scale on a
graph to determine the answer.
1. 130 N
2. 98 N
3. 123 N
4. 95 N
5. 52 N
6. 72 N

What is the direction of this resultant vector (between the limits of −180◦
and +180◦
from the positive x-axis) ?
1. 103◦
2. 6◦
3. 23◦
4. 37◦
5. −38◦
6. −150◦

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