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In unitvector notation, what is the torque about the origin on a particle located at coordinates (0, 2.24 m, 9.78 m) due to (a) force 1 with components F1x = 2.70 N and F1y = F1z = 0, and (b) force 2 with components F2x = 0, F2y = 2.92 N, F2z = 4.02 N?
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