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A force 2i + 3j acts about an axis at a position vector  (j + k) from the axis, then what is the torque due to the force about the axis?

  1. square root of 19 N m end root
  2. square root of 13 N m end root
  3. square root of 15 N m end root
  4. square root of 17 N m end root

The correct answer is: square root of 17 N m end root

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