Determine components of the force vector, Mechanical Engineering

Problem - Newton's Second Law in 2D

A tow truck tows a 1000-kg car by applying a force of 1000 N north-northeast (67.5° above the x-axis). 

a)  What are the components of the force vector Fx and Fy

b)  What are the accelerations ax and ay?

c)  What is the acceleration vector in magnitude/degree notation?

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