Lauren V.

asked • 09/21/16# please help! physics vector question pt 5

Find the magnitude of the resultant when you add these two vectors:

3.8 Newtons at 56 degrees North of East

6.9 Newtons at 43 degrees North of West

Make sure you do the following in your answer:

include correct units

make your answer correct within 0.2

make your answer positive (because magnitudes are always considered positive)

put your answer in a form like one of these:

#.# N

##.# N

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## 1 Expert Answer

Muhammad A. answered • 09/21/16

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# Magnitude of the resultant vector:

# 8.2 N

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Neal D.

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