# What is the angle between two forces of equal magnitude, #F_a# and #F_b#, when the magnitude of their resultant is also equal to the magnitude of either of these forces?

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The angle between two forces of equal magnitude, F_a and F_b, when the magnitude of their resultant is equal to either force is 120 degrees.

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