anonymous
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Determine the slope triangle dimension s so that the horizontal components of the two forces shown are equal to magnitude and opposite in sense. Then find the resultant of the force system.
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anonymous
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before we help you, I think it would be nice for you to show us how would you approach this problem

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anonymous
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well i got pretty much all the answer but im not sure about em. like for s, its equal 2.20
anonymous
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show us
anonymous
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for the resultant of 2 forces is equal 15.01 N
anonymous
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show us how you got that
anonymous
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gimme a sec
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anonymous
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resultant forces is easy using component method, which I think you already have an idea
anonymous
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the problem is the Fx is equal 0. and the Fy as u see have 2 forces on the same line
anonymous
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which idk to combine em or what
anonymous
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you were given a clue that both horizontal components are equal but at the same time opposite that is equal in magnitude but are opposite in directions
anonymous
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horizontal component is our x component, right?
anonymous
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yes
anonymous
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so we got F2x and F1x which the total is equal zero
anonymous
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I think it is more reasonable to show that they are opposite in direction if we preserved the angle as 140 degrees instead of 40 degrees for our second resultant force
anonymous
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oh that is fine with resultant
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anonymous
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so we just need to show it and calculate it too? cuz i tried to do like that before to solve that problem, but then i changed my mind
anonymous
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lol we can calculate it using component method
anonymous
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well yeah
anonymous
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the problem is how can we make sure the resultant is on the y line or not. cuz if its not, then we cant solve it easily
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anonymous
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lthank you so much, i will try to finish the rest :)
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anonymous
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if you preserve the angle counter-clock wise or use the quadrant as your reference, you still end up with the same answer in the end it is up to you however comfortable you are
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thank you so much :)
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let me know your final answer if you want to share

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