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(a) Find the x component of the vector vector F .
(b) Find the y component of the vector vector F .
(c) Find the z component of the vector vector F .
Looking at your figure, is it apparent that
Fx = F sin alpha cos beta
Fy = F sin alpha sin beta
Fz = F cos alpha
Thanks for writing out the website of the figure so that it would not be blocked by Jiskha software.
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