# A). Find the resultant force. b). What additional force is required for the given forces to be in equilibrium form? F1=3i-5j F2=6i+2j?

• A). Find the resultant force. b). What additional force is required for the given forces to be in equilibrium form? F1=3i-5j F2=6i+2j?

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