(c) The magnitude of Gris 22| |(1.59 m)(12.1 m)12.2 m.rr==+=G(d) The angle between Grand the +xdirection is tan–1[(12.1 m)/(1.59 m)] = 82.5°. 17. It should be mentioned that an efficient way to work this vector addition problem is with the cosine law for general triangles (and since GGab, and Grform an isosceles triangle, the angles are easy to figure). However, in the interest of reinforcing the usual
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