Vector Forces2

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Section 1 Vector Forces February 19, 2007 Anthony Marro Jason Janscak, Jason Halwick Abstract In this experiment we will use the force table to find the force that balances two other forces. This will be done by finding the resultant of adding two vectors by three different methods, the experimental method which uses pulleys and weights. The second method is the component method in which the two forces are added together using their x and y components of force. The
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