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Three vectors are shown in the figure (A = 68.0 ; qB = 54.0°). Their magnitudes are given in arbitrary units. What is the magnitude of the resultant vector?

2. Relevant equations

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3. The attempt at a solution

well i figure the angle would be 98 then i guess im just looking for the missing side which is the resultant vector but i tried some trig functions and failed, not really sure what to do, this is pretty basic but i haven't looked at any physics in about 3-4 years.

thanks if u can help

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# Homework Help: Three Vectors - Resultant vector magnitude?

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