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**Here is the link to the problem http://imgur.com/MGcfdr7 [Broken]**

I'm not really sure how to approach this. I initially thought you would get the resultant vector by doing 125cos(38) and that gave me 98, which I then divided by the cos(45) to get the hypotenuse, or F2, which gave me 138.6. It says that this isn't the right answer so I'm not sure what to do.

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