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Can an object be in equilibrium if the object is acted upon by a (a) single nonzero force, (b) two forces that point in mutually perpendicular

Can an object be in equilibrium if the object is acted upon by a (a) single nonzero force, (b) two forces that point in mutually perpendicular directions, and (c) two forces that point in directions that are not perpendicular? Topic: Forces and Newton’s laws of motion.

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