PreCalculus
posted by Peter .
Let F1 = 219.5, F2 = 447.3, θ1 = 52.79◦, θ2 = 7.831◦. Find the magnitude of the resultant
F1
_\_ θ1 (in quadrant 3 positive)

F2
_/_ θ2 (in quadrant 1 positive)

I know this is probably hard to understand but I cannot draw diagrams on here

My "diagram" messed up. The y axis is broken its supposed to look like a Cartesian plane.
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