Asked Jan 23, 2020

A force F1 of magnitude 6.50 units acts on an object at the origin in a direction θ = 44.0° above the positive x-axis. (See the figure below.) A second force F2 of magnitude 5.00 units acts on the object in the direction of the positive y-axis. Find graphically the magnitude and direction of the resultant force F1 + F2.

magnitude        units
direction        ° counterclockwise from the +x-axis

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Step 1

Write the vector representation of the given force

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Step 2

Add both the vector forces and substitute the values

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Step 3

The magnitude of the res...

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