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Two forces P and Q are in the ratio P:Q=1:2. If their resultant is at an angle of tan^-1(√3/2) to vector P then find the angle between P and Q.

Two forces P and Q are in the ratio P:Q=1:2. If their resultant is at an angle of tan^-1(√3/2) to vector P then find the angle between P and Q.

Grade:11

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Sourabh Singh IIT Patna
askIITians Faculty 2104 Points
5 years ago
Hii just draw the figure and find the resultant considering the forces to be acting at origin.
You will get the answer

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