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Art of Vector Graphic     Resolving Forces Of Object Into Vertical And Horizontal Components Using Trigono

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Begingroup The way I understand it--that is the way these problems are typically stated--there are three forces acting on your object. One is horizontal one is vertical and the third is neither. You need to decompose the last one into its horizontal and vertical components. These components partially counter the other two forces.I have the question resolve the following forces into their vertical and horizontal components The solutions show that the answer should be I know that trigonometry needs to be used but I am unsure as to how the answer is achieved.A quick sketch of the situation reveals that to determine the vertical component of force the sine function can be used and to determine the horizontal component of force the cosine function can be used. The solution to this problem is shown below.

Vector diagrams can be used to resolve the pulling force into a horizontal component acting to the right and a vertical component acting upwards. Vector diagrams Draw a right-angled triangle to How to take a single force and resolve it into two components one in the x direction and the other in the y direction How to use a vector diagram to resolve a single force into two forces Examples 1. A 100N force is acting at an angle of 35 with the horizontal. Determine the horizontal and vertical components of this force. 2. A 75N force is acting at an angle of 20 with the horizontal As mentioned earlier in this lesson any vector directed at an angle to the horizontal (or the vertical) can be thought of as having two parts (or components).