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A 26 N force and a 42 N force act concurrently at point P. The larger force is directed north and the other acts toward the east. Calculate the resultant force acting on point P.

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    F=sqrt(F1²+F2²) = sqrt(26²+42²)=
    =sqrt(676+1764) =sqrt2440) =49.4 N

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