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two real life situations in which more than two forces act on an object

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    a sailboat: wind acting on the sail to drive and heel it and the resistance of the water on the hull and keel to prevent it from moving sideway

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    Sitting in your chair: - gravity, pulling you down - the chair, providing a normal force that stops you going down

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