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force no. 1: 5.0N at 0 deg

force no. 2: 5.0N at 90 deg

force system b:

force no. 1: 5.0N at 0 deg

force no. 2: 5.0N at 60 deg

force system c:

force no. 1: 5.0N at 30 deg

force no. 2: 5.0N at 150 deg

how do you find the equilibrant force using the trigonometric method? Do you multiply the force 1 (5.0) times cos 0 deg; force 2 (5.0) times cos 90 deg; etc?

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# Homework Help: Equilibrant force

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