# physics

two force vectors f1=(3.0N)x- (3.0N)y and f2= (-6.0N)x + (4.5N)y are applied to a partical . what third force f3 would make make the net or resultant force on the partical zero?

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1. add these two vectors f1 and f2. Then the negative of this resualant is the equilibrant.

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