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Two forces act on a 20.0-kg object. The first force has a magnitude of 60.0 N and is directed 25.0° north of east. The second force is 32.0 N, 40.0° north of west. Determine the direction of acceleration of the object.

Answer #1

find the net force along north and east direction.

Then Tan(x°)= Fy/ Fx

Also the direction of acceleration will ne same as that of the net force or 56.96° north of east.

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