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**Question**by spirachi77 · Jan 15 at 05:02 AM · rigidbody2drigidbody.addforceknockbackmathf.sinmathf.cos

# The knockback function I made is pushing me to the left

this is my knockback function the takes in an angle, force, and hitstun. The rigidbody's velocity is set to zero before the force is applied, sin for y and cos for x and then multiplied by force. Y is multiplied by the gravity scale in the rigidbody. The problem is that it pushed the player to the left, for example if the angle is 90, the player should be sent straight up, but its pushed upwards and to the left. Any help is appreciated.

```
private void KnockBack(float ang, float force, float stun)
{
rb.velocity = new Vector2(0,0);
rb.AddForce(new Vector2((Mathf.Cos(ang) * Mathf.PI) / 18 * force * 100, (Mathf.Sin(ang) * Mathf.PI) / 18 * force * 100 * 5));
hitStun = stun;
state = "stunned";
}
```

Good day. I prettend to help you, but...

If you commence talking about angles and directions, we need a reference point or something. "for example if the angle is 90" .. from where? Make it super clear please.

Can you make 2 basic draws to easy understand what is happening and what you want to get?

PD: just a tip, to reduce to 0 a vector, you can write this

```
rb.velocity = Vector2.zero;
```

Bye!

tree tips

1) the `Mathf.Cos`

and `Mathf.Sin`

the angle is expresed on radians, not degrees, so please convert `ang`

to radians `ang = ang*Mathf.PI/180f`

u can do it before add force, to evade do it twice... and is `180`

, not `18`

2) whatever if u want do it inside Addforce, calculate it *before* do the cos calculus, so put the conversion to the angle *inside* the function `mathf.cos`

some like `mathf.cos(ang*Mathf.PI/180)*force*100`

3) on the calculus of addforce u multiply the `y`

component of the vector 5 times more than the x component... have a `* 5`

there, the float aren't precise so, the calculus of y component give aprox 0.00019... multiplied by 5 and not correctly divided (by 18) can be a considerable force

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