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    Force; Calculating X and Y Components of a Quadrant

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    Calculate the theoretical x and y components of the first quadrant force vector using the cosine and sine of the measured angle and the measured first quadrant force. Then compare these values to the experimental scale readings along the x and y directions with a percent difference.

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