The resulting equation should look like: F 1 =a1i+b1j F 1 = a 1 i + b 1 j. Step 3: Find the magnitude and the direction angle of the other force. Let's call this force F 2 F 2. Express F 2 F 2 in

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Force formula. According to the formula, force equals mass times acceleration. The mathematical form of the Force equation gives the magnitude of the force. The formula

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Using x for the x -coordinate, y for the y -coordinate and F for the magnitude of the force, this can be expressed as: F=\sqrt {x^2+y^2} F = x2 +y2 In words, the resultant force is the square root of x 2 plus y 2. Using the example