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The third force should be in a direction that opposes both F1 and F2.
Two forces act on an object at rest as shown in (Figure 1)
Add a third force that results in a net force of zero.
Draw the vector starting at the black dot. The location, orientation, and length of the vector will be graded. You can move the vectors and to construct the required vector.
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