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If the horizontal component of net force is 68 newtons and the angle made by the net force with the horizontal is 19.2°, what is the value of the net force?

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    For these types of problems it helps to draw them like I did below. For this one, the net force will be the length of the hypotenuse. |dw:1359861988614:dw|

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    what is the equation ?

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    At this point it's just a trig problem. If you're taking physics you should be able to figure this one out! Here's a hint:\[cos(\theta)=\frac{adjacent}{hypotenuse}\]

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