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i just need help on the problem please!

plus I am sorry but I do not know the answer

im not sure how to do all that .. im horrible in math and im just trying to pass so i can be done:(

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i just dont know where or how to really do it :/

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but how would i put this all into writing to show my work?
like in step form?

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On the second line, you mean f2x, but that's good.

but now where do i go
?

Now do the same for the force components in the y direction.

whhat do u mean?

Do this:
f1x= 200cos(60)
f2x= 100 cos (170)
rx= 200 cos(60) + 100 cos(170)
For F1y, F2y, and Ry

F1y = F1 sin 170
F2y = ...
Ry = F1y + F2y = ...

f1y = 100 sin (170)
f2y = 200 sin ( )
?? hmm

F1 = 200, F2 = 100.
You switched them.

f1 = 200 sin (170)
f2 = 100 sin (60)
??

okay the it would be ..

ok i got the 70 and 170 mixed around

There is no 70.

i mean 60*

sorry!

i need to complete the problem?

For now, yes. That will give you the x- and y-components of the resultant.

okay .. and thats all i do then right

but i have to find the direction and magnitude?

??

how do i do that?

yes