1. Three ropes are tied to a box and three boys exert the following forces: F1=220 N @ 90 degrees F2=185 N @ 165 degrees F3=235 N @280 degrees Determine the magnitude and direction of the resultant force. For my solution I made a Vector Componant table, found the total force on the x and y axis. Transferred that to a diagram and found the resultant force to be 142.6 N in a direction of 165.2 degrees. 2. You head across the Battle River in your boat with a velocity of 8.0 m/s, south. The river is flowing at 2.8 m/s, east. a) Determine the magnitude and the direction of the resultant velcity vector. b)Assume that you and you boat have a total mass of 192 kg. Calculate the direction of the momentum of you and your boat as you cross the river. This question seemed to be really simple. I got the resultant velocity to be 8.5 m/s in a direction of 289.3 degrees. For the next part I found the momentum to be 1623 kgm/s, and wouldn't the direction be the same as the velocity?