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1. Is the answer of 650N correct? Note we have to use the parallelogram of forces.
2. Do you know how to resolve forces?
Do you know how to resolve forces?
Is that finding the direction and force from two or more forces acting on an object?
My knowledge on this topic is a bit fuzzy.
4. (Original post by Lokum)
Is that finding the direction and force from two or more forces acting on an object?
My knowledge on this topic is a bit fuzzy.
Yes. Yoc can split the separate forces into horizontal and vertical components and then add the components togethor.
Yes. Yoc can split the separate forces into horizontal and vertical components and then add the components togethor.
so would the answer be around 670N at 65 degrees?
6. (Original post by Lokum)
so would the answer be around 670N at 65 degrees?
Basically, 676.189..... straight up, yeah. But you shouldn't be 100% accurate using the parallelogram to solve it so yeah you're right

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