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.


A =  53.13 °
B =  154.942 °
C =  151.928 °


F1=9 F2=10 F3=17 u1=180πarccos((F22+F32F12)/(2 F2 F3))=180πarccos((102+17292)/(2 10 17))25.0576 u2=180πarccos((F12+F32F22)/(2 F1 F3))=180πarccos((92+172102)/(2 9 17))28.0725 A=u1+u2=25.0576+28.072553.130153.1353748"F_{1}=9 \ \\ F_{2}=10 \ \\ F_{3}=17 \ \\ u_{1}=\dfrac{ 180^\circ }{ \pi } \cdot \arccos((F_{2}^2+F_{3}^2-F_{1}^2)/(2 \cdot \ F_{2} \cdot \ F_{3}))=\dfrac{ 180^\circ }{ \pi } \cdot \arccos((10^2+17^2-9^2)/(2 \cdot \ 10 \cdot \ 17)) \doteq 25.0576 \ \\ u_{2}=\dfrac{ 180^\circ }{ \pi } \cdot \arccos((F_{1}^2+F_{3}^2-F_{2}^2)/(2 \cdot \ F_{1} \cdot \ F_{3}))=\dfrac{ 180^\circ }{ \pi } \cdot \arccos((9^2+17^2-10^2)/(2 \cdot \ 9 \cdot \ 17)) \doteq 28.0725 \ \\ A=u_{1}+u_{2}=25.0576+28.0725 \doteq 53.1301 \doteq 53.13 ^\circ \doteq 53^\circ 7'48"
B=180u1=18025.0576154.9424154.9421545633"B=180-u_{1}=180-25.0576 \doteq 154.9424 \doteq 154.942 ^\circ \doteq 154^\circ 56'33"
C=180u2=18028.0725151.9275151.9281515539"C=180-u_{2}=180-28.0725 \doteq 151.9275 \doteq 151.928 ^\circ \doteq 151^\circ 55'39"

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