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Q: what is the difference between composition of forces and resolution of forces?
A: for 2 forces represented by vectors, it is likely that these 2 forces are not perpendicular to each other and point in different directions. Thus, the resolution of forces is to find the equivalent of the force in the x or y-direction. [ i.e the force is resolved in the horizontal or vertical direction. then it would be easier to find the net force of these 2 forces. I would interpret the
'composition of forces' as 1. what that force is made up of in the horizontal and vertical direction or 2. it is the resultant force of 2 forces ]
Expert answered|aiatok|Points 190|
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