Three horizontal ropes pull on a large stone stuck in theground, producing the vector forces A, B, and C shown inthe figure (Figure 1).Part AFind the magnitude of a fourth force on the stone that will make the vector sum of the four forces zero.να ΑΣφRequest AnswerSubmitPart BFigure1 of 1Find the direction of a fourth force on the stone that will make the vector sum of the four forces zero.B (80.0 N)1ν ΑΣφA (100.0 N)30.0°counterclockwise from +x-axisRequest Answer↑30.0°Submit53.0°Provide FeedbackČ (40.0 N)

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Three horizontal ropes pull on a large stone stuck in the
ground, producing the vector forces A, B, and C shown in
the figure (Figure 1).
Part A
Find the magnitude of a fourth force on the stone that will make the vector sum of the four forces zero.
να ΑΣφ
Request Answer
Submit
Part B
Figure
1 of 1
Find the direction of a fourth force on the stone that will make the vector sum of the four forces zero.
B (80.0 N)
1ν ΑΣφ
A (100.0 N)
30.0°
counterclockwise from +x-axis
Request Answer
↑30.0°
Submit
53.0°
Provide Feedback
Č (40.0 N)
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Three horizontal ropes pull on a large stone stuck in the ground, producing the vector forces A, B, and C shown in the figure (Figure 1). Part A Find the magnitude of a fourth force on the stone that will make the vector sum of the four forces zero. να ΑΣφ Request Answer Submit Part B Figure 1 of 1 Find the direction of a fourth force on the stone that will make the vector sum of the four forces zero. B (80.0 N) 1ν ΑΣφ A (100.0 N) 30.0° counterclockwise from +x-axis Request Answer ↑30.0° Submit 53.0° Provide Feedback Č (40.0 N)

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