What do you understand by resolution of force system, Mechanical Engineering

(a) The following forces (all pull) act at a point : (6)

(i) 20 N North-East

(ii) 25 N due North

(iii) 20 N 30o East of South

(iv) 15 N due East

(v) 30 N 60o South of West

Determine the resultant force by vector method.

What do you understand by resolution of force system ?

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