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*whistles while waiting*

annnyyyy day now...

and im waiting and im waiting and im waitng...

TYPE FASTER!!!! xD

\(F_1=6.7~N~@ ~54°~W~of~N\)
\(F_2=9.2~N~@ ~26°~W~of~S\)

sorry XD I had to look up the code for the degree sign

XD

you help them peachpi lel

*laughs away*

draw it :p
quicker/easier

I can't.. my cursor goes BEHIND google chrome.. so I have to type it. /sigh

um, out of curiosity, is it a piticulair site orrr...

IT'S GOOGLE CHROME. ONLY GOOGLE CHROME DOES IT. ALL SITES.

sorry

LMAO

anyhoo.. let me do math cx

i still dont know what to tell you... *laughs !!half!! to !^death^!*

is that correct so far?

yes, that looks good

up top you said F2 is 9.2
and in your calculations you are using 2.9
which is it ?

dang it.. it's 9.2.. I accidentally wrote 2.9 :/ okay let me redo them.

-9.45?

yes, for the x value

okay now for y...

-4.33?

yes

so then I take \(F=\sqrt{(-9.45)^2+(-4.33)^2}\) right?

if you want the magnitude, yes

yes that is what we are looking for at this moment. I'll find the degree next using tangent.

I got 10.39. is that right?

I don't know. .this is where I get confused.

wait.. why did you use those numbers? I used -4.33 and -9.45..

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wait nevermind *facepalm*

I SEE WHAT I DID. I typed 1.33 and not 4.33 XD

24.62?

yes, and that will be 24.6 degrees south of west or 65.4 degrees west of south

wait.. why is it south of west?..

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Is it because I added what I needed to in the beginning? so I don't have to at the end?

Do you mind if I open a new question and tag you?

yes, a new post is better