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14 Two concurrent forces act at right angles to each
other on an object. If the magnitude of one of the
forces is 40. newtons and the magnitude of the
resultant of the two forces is 50. newtons, the
magnitude of the other force must be
(2) 20. N
(1) 10. N
(3) 30. N
(4) 40. N
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14 Two concurrent forces act at right angles to each other on an object. If the magnitude of one of the forces is 40. newtons and the magnitude of the resultant of the two forces is 50. newtons, the magnitude of the other force must be (2) 20. N (1) 10. N (3) 30. N (4) 40. N

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