how do we get the resultant force of a vector id the the forces were in different directions ?

and how do we use the parellogram thingi

do we just add the forces?

please can some1 explain me this in their own words

thanks alot

Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "vector force resultants" to get these possible sources:

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I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

ok make the parallelogram and then make the resultant...then if you have an agle, the other side must be 180-given then use the law of cosines to figure out the length of the resultant!

a^2= b^2+c^2-2bcCosA

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