Question #15905 Physics 2D Motion Vector Operations 1 Answer Sunayan S · Rachel Jul 4, 2017 Answer: The resultant force will be #6000sqrt3N#. Explanation: Suppose, #vec (AB)# and# vec (AC )#are the two boats and# vec( AD)# is the direction of ship. We know the formula of resultant is #AD=sqrt(AC^2+CD^2+2×AB×CD×cos 60# #AD=sqrt(2(6000)^2+2×6000×6000×(1/2)# #AD=sqrt(3×6000^2)# #AD=6000sqrt3# final answer Related questions What are vectors used for? Why vectors cannot be added algebraically? How do we represent the magnitude of a vector in physics? How do you find the equation of a vector orthogonal to a plane? Why are vectors important? How does a vector quantity differ from a scalar quantity? How can I calculate the magnitude of vectors? How do vectors subtract graphically? How do force vectors affect an object in motion? How can vectors be represented? See all questions in Vector Operations Impact of this question 193 views around the world You can reuse this answer Creative Commons License