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    A carpenter picks a load of lumber with a 60lb force directed 40 degrees above the horizontal. Calculate the horizontal and vertical components of the force. with graph solution.

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    F = 60 lb at an angle 40 above the horizontal.
    The components of F are:
    Horizontal component = F cos 40 = 45.96 lb
    Vertical component = F sin 40 = 38.57 lb.
    Graph: (Scale is 1: 2)

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