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c) 12.8 Determining Resultant Force and Angle Force 1 Force 2 Resultant Force Ang. From X X-Comp. Y- Comp . Force Ang. From X X- Comp . Y- Comp . X- Comp . Y- Comp . Force Ang. From X (N) (degrees) (N) (N) (N) (degrees ) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (degrees ) 2000 210 -1732.1 - 1000. 0 1200 310 771.3 -919.3 -960.7 - 1919. 3 2146. 3 -116.6 2000 320 1532.1 - 1285. 6 1200 15 1159. 1 310.6 2691. 2 -975.0 2862. 4 -19.9
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