# Angle + adding - examples

- Two forces

Two forces with magnitudes of 25 and 30 pounds act on an object at angles of 10° and 100° respectively. Find the direction and magnitude of the resultant force. Round to two decimal places in all intermediate steps and in your final answer. - angles in quadrilateral

What size have angles in quadrilateral (4-gon) if they are in a ratio of 8: 9: 10: 13? - RWY

Calculate the opposite direction of the runway 13. Runways are named by a number between 01 and 36, which is generally one tenth of the azimuth of the runway's heading in degrees: a runway numbered 09 points east (90°), runway 18 is south (180°), runway. - 9-gon

Sum of interiol angles of 9-gon is: - Three vectors

The three forces whose amplitudes are in ratio 9:10:17 act in the plane at one point so that they are in balance. Determine the angles of the each two forces. - Internal angles IST

Determine internal angles of isosceles trapezium ABCD /a, c are the bases/ and if: alpha:gamma = 1:3 - Triangles

Find out whether given sizes of the angles can be interior angles of a triangle: a) 23°10',84°30',72°20' b) 90°,41°33',48°37' c) 14°51',90°,75°49' d) 58°58',59°59',60°3' - Forces

Forces with magnitudes F1 = 42N and F2 = 35N act at a common point and make an angle of 77°12'. How big is their resultant? - Resultant force

Calculate mathematically and graphically the resultant of a three forces with a common centre if: F1 = 50 kN α1 = 30° F2 = 40 kN α2 = 45° F3 = 40 kN α3 = 25° - Six-sided polygon

In a six-sided polygon. The first two angles are equal, the third angle is twice (the equal angles), two other angles are trice the equal angle, while the last angle is a right angle. Find the value of each angle.

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