Lisa T.

asked • 11/14/15

What is the resultant force on the airplane?

An airplane's engines provide a thrust of 15,000 N due south. It flies in a wind that pushes it 3,000 N Northwest at an angle of 160 degrees measured from East. What is the resultant factor on the airplane? Give the magnitude and direction.

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Michael J. answered • 11/14/15

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