two forces act concurrently on a 5kg block resting on a smooth horizontal surface a 5N force making a 40degree angle with the surface and a 10n making a 20degree angle with the surface.
A) Determine the magnitude and direction of the net force acting on a box.

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  1. IT depends on how the angles are measured.

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