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A strong child pulls a sled with a force of 108 N at an angle of 33.6° above the horizontal. Find the vertical and horizontal components of this pull.

F = 108N @ 33.6 DEG.
Fh = 108*cos33.6 = 90N.
Fv = 108*sin33.6 = 59.8N.
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