Most of the time, one uses vectors to find an overall magnitude acting on something, but I need to go in reverse.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Say I know there are a slew of charges and the center one feels a force of some magnitude and there is one undefined vector (magnitude and angle unknown) I would think if you know the overall vector, one could calculate the missing vector in terms of magnitude and angle.

I want to solve for this unknown vector but I have no idea how. It seems impossible.

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# Impossible vector problem. Help!

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