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Figure 1.37 Reflect: so it has the same magnitude and opposite direction as Similarly, and and have equal magnitudes and opposite directions. 1.38. Set Up: The two forces applied by the cables add to give a resultant force that is vertical and has magnitude 2.25 N. Draw the vector addition diagram with the two forces head to tail. Solve: (a) The vector addition diagram is drawn in Figure 1.38. Figure 1.38 (b) Careful measurement of the length of and gives 1.39. Set Up: Use a ruler and protractor to draw the vectors described. Then draw the corresponding horizontal and
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  • Spring '07
  • Shoberg
  • Force, 14.7 m, 4.7 m, 8.1 m, 3.82 cm, 13.82 cm

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