Calculating resultant forces

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Simple worksheet for calculating resultant forces.

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July 2016
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January 2016
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May 2012
This is a neat little resource. The stapler isn't right though - I think 'reaction' is what's needed rather than 'upthrust' which is meant for object floating.
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April 2012
Excellent resource! Saved me a lot of time that I don't have :)
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April 2012
Great worksheet, saved me a tedious job. Many thanks.
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November 2011
This was perfect for my middling ability class - attractive little diagrams and very clearly laid out with an example at the top to start them off with. Thank you! I was just about to make a worksheet from scratch and thought I would have a little look to see what was around first. Very glad I did. Jean
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January 2011
Fantastic worksheet. Thanks for sharing
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July 2010
Worked well with my class. Thanks
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February 2010
Thanks a great resource.
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October 2009
Thanks for adding this - saved me loads of time :)
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January 2009
Great to extend unbalanced forces for the more able.