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Step 1

**To determine**: The magnitude and direction of the resultant force.

- Parallelogram law
- Triangle rule.

Step 2

**Given:**

The magnitude of force P is 10 kN.

The magnitude of force Q is 15 kN.

Step 3

**Calculation:**

Part(a)

**Parallelogram’s law: **When two vector P and Q shows the adjacent side of a parallelogram in both the direct...

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