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in a tug of war the left team pulls with a force of 300N and the right team pulls with a force of 150N. what is the resultant force?

asked by jennifer
  1. They are in opposite directions, so subtract to find the resultant force.

    posted by Tom
  2. 300 - 150
    150 N

    posted by M@S
  3. Fr = -300 + 150 = -150 N. = 150 N. to the left.

    posted by Henry

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