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Given that force 1=60 pounds and force 2=90 pounds, find the angle between the forces if the magnitude of the resultant force is 50 pounds. Round answer to the nearest degree and show work.

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  1. Math

    Given that force 1=60 pounds and force 2=90 pounds, find the angle between the forces if the magnitude of the resultant force is 50 pounds. Round answer to the nearest degree and show work.
  2. math

    Given that Force 1 = 70 pounds and Force 2 = 120 pounds , find the angle between the forces if the magnitude of the resultant force is 90 pounds . Round answer to the nearest degree.
  3. Math

    Given that Force 1 = 70 pounds and Force 2 = 120 pounds , find the angle between the forces if the magnitude of the resultant force is 90 pounds . Round answer to the nearest degree. A) 48° B) 40° C) 53° D) 45° E) 60° I think it is answer B
  4. MATH

    Find the angle between the forces given the magnitude of their resultant. (Hint: Write force 1 as a vector in the direction of the positive x-axis and force 2 as a vector at an angle θ with the positive x-axis. Round your answer to one decimal place.)
  5. Math

    Given that Force 1 = 70 pounds and Force 2 = 120 pounds , find the angle between the forces if the magnitude of the resultant force is 90 pounds . Round answer to the nearest degree. Hi steve, I asked this question earlier and you kindly helped me with it,
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  10. Math

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  11. Math/Physics

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  13. Pre calc

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  18. Trig Math

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  19. applications of vectors

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  20. Algebra 2

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  21. Algebra 2

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  22. Calc 3

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  23. Math

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  24. Math

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  26. precalculus

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  31. math

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  32. Math

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  36. Pre Calc

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  37. Precalculus

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  40. Math

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  43. Linear Algebra

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  44. Statistics

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  45. Pre Calc

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  46. STAT

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  47. STAT

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  48. Math

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  49. statics /physics

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  50. algbrea

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  51. math

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  52. Physics

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  53. Math

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  54. Math 7th

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  55. Physics

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  56. Math

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  57. Calc

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  58. Calc

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  59. Math

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  60. Math

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  61. physics

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  62. physics

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  63. Math

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  64. Pre-calculus

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  65. Statistics

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  72. science

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  74. Math

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  75. physics

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  76. physics

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  77. physics 204

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  78. physics

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  79. Math

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  80. Statistics

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  81. STAT

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  82. Trig

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  83. Algebra

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  84. Math

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  88. trig

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