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Hello sir! please answer this question: When 3 forces acting at a point are in equilibrium,then each force is numerically equal to the sum of the other two. numerically greater than the sum of the other two. numerically greater than the difference of the other two. please also give the reason alongwith your answer. EAGERLY WAITING FOR YOUR REPLY...........................

Hello sir! please answer this question:


When 3 forces acting at a point are in equilibrium,then each force is



  • numerically equal to the sum of the other two.

  • numerically greater than the sum of the other two.

  • numerically greater than the difference of the other two.


please also give the reason alongwith your answer.


EAGERLY WAITING FOR YOUR REPLY...........................

Grade:12th pass

4 Answers

Amit Kushwaha
37 Points
10 years ago

Last one, TRIANGLE LAW of vector! When force vector in equlbrm,vectr form a triange,use the property of triangle,youll get it.

samadipa saha
31 Points
10 years ago

numrically equal to the vector sum of the other two.

anil kumar
38 Points
10 years ago

Numerically greater than difference of two Coz when three forces make a body stay in equilibrium,they form a closed triangle(triangle law) To form a triangle any side must be less than sum of the other two and any side must be greater than difference of other two!!

BAYANA SAGAR
48 Points
10 years ago

 

Dear shukla,

 

Last one, TRIANGLE LAW of vector! When force vector in equlibrium,form a triange,use the property of triangle,youll get it.if not get it,then you post a reply.

 

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