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40° x FR = 600 lb.z F3 F1 = 80 lb. . y 30° F2 = 300 lb.

03j) + (0k .0j .0k + 150k) F3 = 13i + 400.00 lb F2y = A’cos40° = 259.81cos40°= 199.00 lb F3 = FR – F1 – F2 Given: FR = 600 lb along +y axis F1 = 180 lb along -x axis F2 = 300 lb as shown Req’d: Magnitude and coordinate direction angles of force F3 F3 = (0i + 600j + 0k) .81 lb F2x = A’sin40° = 259.F1 .150k) F3 = (0i + 180i –167i) + (600j .03 lb F2z = F2sin30° = 300sin30°= 150.Formula / Equation: FR = F1 + F2 + F3 FR .03j . F2 = ? A’ = F2cos 30° = 300cos 30° = 259.199.F2 = F3 F3 = FR – F1 – F2 FR = +600 lb A’ F1 = .(-180i + 0j + 0k) .81sin40°= 167.97j +150k .(167i + 199.180 lb.

5i + (1.68.25 = 3.29i + 22.5 + j/3.5 +1.5i + j .0 ft B F = Fu = F( r/r ) r = -1.0 ft z z = 3.x = 1.5] A 2 ft x F = -34.0 -3.5] = 80[-1.5 ft y = 1.3k/3.5 .3k) / 3.57k .5i/3.5 C r = √(12.5)2 + (1)2 +(-3)2 O y 3 ft F = 80[(-1.5i + j -3k 6 ft -1.86j .0j) + (-3k) r = -1.0 r = √(-1.

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500 lb C B 20° A 40° .