1. a force of 30n with a direction of 35 degrees northwest acts on point p. Find:
a) the northward component on the force
b) the westward component of the force

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  1. "35 degrees northwest" is not a direction. Do you mean 35 degrees north of west?

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  2. plzzzzzz if u know try my question plzzzzzzz.............

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  3. again, you have to express directions in standard form. 35 degrees northwest is not a standard direction. Is it 35 degrees North of west, or 35 degrees west of North?

  4. That is just what my homework says but it probably does mean north of west.

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