3D statics problem

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Hi again. Can somebody guide me in find the direction angles of the vector force given below?
 

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You would use trigonometry to break up the force into it's components in the x,y and z direction, then just solve for the missing angle using those functions
 
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I'm having difficulty in breaking up the force into its x component.
 
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Are you trying to solve for the angle in the x direction?
 
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The x, y, z direction angles.
 
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I'm guessing this force doesn't have x conponent.
Fy=-500cos45 and Fz=-500cos60
Are those components correct?
 

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