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first find the resultant force....
In vector form total force on mass is : (27.5 i + 13j) N
F = (202+152+2.20.15.cos60 )1/2 = 5(37)1/2 N

As   F = ma
accln. = a = 6.083 m/sec2
we'll get accln, and for direction of accln,  the direction of resultant force will be same as of accln.
so direction is d = tan-1(13/27.5)
direction of accln. = 25.3 degrees with F1
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