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I got 17sq3i-17j

but it doesn't want it

where did you get 32?

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equation of force is
F=fcos(theta)i+fsin(theta)j
right?

So then plugging numbers in we have:
34cos(30)i+34sin(30)j

simplifies to:
34(sq3/2)i+34(1/2)j

is that all correct?

\[F _{Tot}=F _{x}i+F _{y}j\]

yes, just calculate Fx and Fy, those are the legs of the triangle, the components of the force

um then the answer will be:
\[17\sqrt{3}i+17j\]

Yeah? but they don't accept that answer

The vertical direction (UP) is said to be negative, so that component will be negative

\[17\sqrt{3}i-17j\]

hrm..yeah because that should be right and the example is written that way too.

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