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what's the angle?

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
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    of the dangle?

  3. anonymous
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    of the bottom half. it's confusing, F_2...45 and 60 from x axis? y axis? it's not clear to me

  4. anonymous
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    these angles aren't suppose to be directional angles (alpha, beta, gamma) i don't think...

  5. anonymous
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    the top for sure aren't directional angles

  6. anonymous
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    This diagram is confusing... which angles do you need to find out?

  7. anonymous
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    Do you get that the angle at the top right indicated as 45 degrees is for the z plane?

  8. anonymous
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    i need to know what these angles are. if it's the angles of the projection of the force vector in xy plane or if they are directional angles

  9. anonymous
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    i understand the top, it's already solved and verified. here's the problem: determine the magnitude and coordinate direction angles of the resultant force acting on the bracket. so i did that for the top and verified by finding the absolute value of the components and the result is 450

  10. anonymous
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    they should be angles of the projection of the force vector judging from the top image.

  11. anonymous
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    i know how to solve the bottom, but i would need to know if they are directional angles or angles of projection

  12. anonymous
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    right but it wouldn't make sense since 45+60>90

  13. Rogue
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    What do you mean by angles of projection?

  14. Rogue
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    The 45 degree angle is between the x-axis and the vector going to some direction that involves all 3 x,y,z axis.

  15. anonymous
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    It's possible because it's got three dimensions. If it was a flat plane, max is 90 degrees, but your max shouldn't be 90 since there are 3 (x, y, z)

  16. anonymous
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    The object is dangling As EdgeOfThe Earth has pointed out so it would need all three XD

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    projection is transferring the 3d vector in xy plane making it 2d. so if it is the angle of projection and looking at the pic, the angles are from the x and y axis so it would have to be equal or less than 90

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