VECTORS & FORCES - PART 2
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We brought the power to you in the last session on Static Vectors & Forces, and as we often do, we brought even more content than we could pack in to the time we had originally allotted.
So with all that, we are bringing you part deuce of our session on Static Vectors & Forces, and it definitely doesn't suck, and it's definitely going to make an impact no matter where you are in your current preparations.
If you didn't get to see Part 1 where we focused on Static Vectors, before you jump in to this, go back and give that a look.
Like I mentioned, we are coming back this session with Part two of our Static Vectors & Forces and it's going to be a doozy.
Specifically we will dive deep in to Static Forces and learn how we can quickly and efficiently break down a force in to it's components, without getting a side of Migraine to go along with it. This process is called resolving a force or resolution of forces.
You don't want to miss this, we are coming even harder, better, with style, more depth, and better education...there's no one who can match our hustle for our people, for our posse, and we can say that definitively with confidence, because we back it up.
Below you will find this lesson, viewable on demand, at your own convenience, and on your own schedule...because that's how studying for the FE Exam should be. No expiring content, no limited access, no obligations, just view, learn, and dominate!
But don't stop there, work all the problems in the Supplemental Materials provided, get yourself dialed on all things forces.
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