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# Three forces of magnitudes 6N, 6N and N at a corner of a cube along three sides as shown in figure. Resultant of these forces is

- 12 N along
- 18 N along
- 18 N along
- 12 N along

## The correct answer is: 12 N along

### The resultant of 5 N along and 5 N along is

N along

The resultant of N along and N along is

N along .

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