Question

Two forces of 60 N each act concurrently on a point P. Determine the magnitude of the resultant force action on point P when the angle between their forces is as follows:

a)0 degrees

b)30 degrees

c)60 degrees

d)90 degrees

e)180 degrees

Answer #1

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