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two forces of 62N and 95N are acting on an object at an angle of30 degree and 60 degree from horizontal in opposite direction . find out total force experienced by the object in horizontal and vertical planes?

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    F1 = 62N @ 30 Deg., CCW.
    F2 = 95N @ 240 Deg., CCW.

    X = hor. = 62cos30 + 95cos240 = 6.19 N.
    Y = ver. = 62sin30 + 95sin240=-51.3 N.

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