Two forces

The two forces F1 = 580N and F2 = 630N, have an angle of 59 degrees. Calculate their resultant force, F.

Correct answer:

F =  1053.4182 N

Step-by-step explanation:

F1=580 N F2=630 N A=0  B=59   x=F1 cosA+F2 cosB=F1 cos0° +F2 cos59° =580 cos0° +630 cos59° =580 1+630 0.515038=904.47399 y=F1 sinA+F2 sinB=F1 sin0° +F2 sin59° =580 sin0° +630 sin59° =580 0+630 0.857167=540.0154 F=x2+y2=904.4742+540.01542=1053.4182 N

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