Question

A 200 kg block has three forces applied to it at the same time:
**F _{1}** = 30.0 N force at 40.0°,

wise from the positive x -direction.) **There is no
gravitational force.**

a. Find the x and y components of the net force on the block.

b. Find the magnitude and direction of the net force.

c. The block was initially at rest; after 14.5 s, what is its displacement (magnitude and direction)?

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a. Find
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b. Find
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angles are measured counterclock-
wise from the positive x -direction.) There is no
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b. Find
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