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helppp please

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helppp please

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danago

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Do you know how to find resultant forces with forces and angles from axises? because I have another problem like that and i have no idea how to do them

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danago

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If you are given forces and angles relative to axes, you could again do the same thing and form a triangle to be solved with geometry, or perhaps easier would be to resolve each force into a horizontal and vertical component and add the components.

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to get magnitude of resultant use cosin rule R^2= X^2+Y^2 – 2XYcosβ

to get the direction use sine rule = (Sin β /length of opposite line) = (sinθ/ length of opposite line)

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