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Using component method, find the resultant vector of the following:
a. 3m (North) and 10m (West)
b. 18 m (East) and 5m (South)
c. 55 N (30° N of E) and 72 N (80° E of S)
d. 44 m/s2
(South), 26 m/s2
(33° E of N), and 15 m/s2
(East)
e. 90 km/h (44° W of S), 20 km/h (30° N of E), and 31 km/h (15° N of
W)

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