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Mathematically and graphically determine the magnitude of the resultant forces acting on point (A) as shown in the figure below. Do not use mathematics in your graphical solutions.

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The solution demonstrates the two ways vectors can be added both numerically and graphically. The first three pages are the theory and basic concepts of vectors manipulation, including color figures.

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