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## What is the resultant force in statics?

statics. … single (imaginary) force called the resultant, which acts at a single point on the body, producing the same net force and the same net torque. The body can be brought into equilibrium by applying to it a real force at the same point, equal and opposite to the resultant.

**How do you find the resultant force statics?**

If we consider the positive direction of the forces to be towards the surface of the then, the formula of the resultant force is:

- R = Fweight – Fair drag = 735 – 135 = 600 N.
- R = F1 – F2 = 10 – 5 = 5 N.
- R = F1 + F2 = 10 + 5 = 15 N.
- γ = 180° – α – β (1)
- Fx = R · cos(α) Fy = R · cos(β) Fz = R · cos(γ)

**What is the formula resultant force?**

If one force is acting perpendicular to another, the resultant force is determined by using the Pythagorean theorem. The Resultant force formula is given by, FR = F1 + F2 + F3. Where. F1, F2, F3 are the three forces acting in the same direction on an object.

### What is resultant force?

Translation: When a system of forces is acting on an object, the difference between the forces is called the Resultant force. For example, a 3N force to the left and 10N force to the right gives a resultant force of 7N to the right.

**What is the resultant of 5n and 10n?**

Answer. Ans is 4N. The range of resultant of 2 vectors A B is from A+B TO A-B.

**How do you find the resultant force of Class 9?**

When two or more forces are acting on a body, then the total of all the forces which causes the resulting effect is the resultant force or net force. As force is a vector, we need to take the vector sum of all the forces to calculate the resultant.

#### What is resultant force explain with an example to calculate the resultant force?

If two forces act on a object in the same direction then sum of those forces will be the resultant force acting on the body. R=F₁+F₂ Example : 3N and 4N act on a body in same direction so. resultant force=3+4=7N.

**What is resultant force measured in?**

newtons (N)

resultant force (F) is measured in newtons (N) mass (m) is measured in kilograms (kg) acceleration (a) is measured in metres per second squared (m/s²)

**What is resultant force GCSE physics?**

Resultant Force A resultant force is a single force that describes all of the forces operating on a body. When many forces are applied to an object they can be combined (added) to produce one final force which describes the combined action of all of the forces.

## Can the resultant of two forces 10N and 6N be equal to?

The munimum resultant of 10N and 6N is (10-6=4N) . The maximum resultant of 10N and 6N is (10+6=16N).

**How do you find the location of the resultant force?**

The resultant force is the sum of forces,taking into account the direction.

**How to find the resultant force?**

Name the forces. F 1 = 90N F 2 = 30N F 3 = 45N

### What do you mean by resultant force?

Using trigonometry,find the x-component and the y-component for each vector.…

**How do you calculate the size of the resultant force?**

– X = 19.92 N , Y = 1.743 N – X = 4.694 N , Y = 8.829 N – X = 2.113 N , Y = 4.531 N – X = 10.692 N , Y = 5.447 N – X = 5.195 N , Y = 3.000 N