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a) You have two forces, 105.5 N and 61.5 N. What is the magnitude of their resultant if the first acts upward and the second acts
downward? Answer in units of N.

b) What is the direction of the resultant?

c) What is the magnitude of their resultant if they both act downward?
Answer in units of N

d) What is the direction of this resultant?

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    a. they are in opposition. The resulatant is in the direction of the greater, the magnitude is the subtractive difference.
    c. They add

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