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Well I just set the sum of x and y components equal to 0 and got: force 3 = -65N in x and 43.3N in y which gave me a magnitude of 78.1 N and 146.3 degrees counterclockwise from x-axis. Right? Wrong? Thanks for your help.

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# Homework Help: Force/vectors problem

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