Answer to Question #134 in Mechanics | Relativity for Caroline

Question #134
Can a resultant of three equal magnitude forces applied at one point equal zero?
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Expert's answer
2010-05-19T03:10:52-0400
Yes, it can, if vector sum of the forces is zero. It may happen, for example, if the forces act in the areas, where the angles between the directions of action force is 360 / 3 = 120 degrees.

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