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Consider vectors A and B. A has magnitude s and makes an angle a with the positive direction of the x-axis. B has magnitude t and makes an angle b with the positive direction of the x-axis. Then the components of A and B along the x-axis are, respectively, s*cos(a) and t*cos(b). Thus the total horizontal component is u = s*cos(a) and t*cos(b). The components of A and B along the y-axis are, respectively, s*sin(a) and t*sin(b). Thus the total vertical component is v = s*sin(a) and t*sin(b). The magnitude of the resultant, by Pythagoras, is then sqrt(u2 + v2)

A set "A" is said to be a subset of "B" if all elements of set "A" are also elements of set "B".Set "A" is said to be a proper subset of set "B" if: * A is a subset of B, and * A is not identical to B In other words, set "B" would have at least one element that is not an element of set "A". Examples: {1, 2} is a subset of {1, 2}. It is not a proper subset. {1, 3} is a subset of {1, 2, 3}. It is also a proper subset.

I am assuming that k is the constant of proportionality so that f = k*a*t/b2 = 3*4*6/22 = 18

(a - t)/(b - t) = c => a - t = c(b - t) = cb - ct = bc - tc => tc - t = bc - a => t(c - 1) = bc - a => t = (bc - a)/(c - 1)

4+3t = 22 3t = 22-4 t = (22-4)/3 t = 6

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