Ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) modes for Fe70Co30 magnetic nano-dots of 100 nm in diameter in a mono-domain state are studied under different in-plane and out-of-plane magnetic fields using a reflection measurement from a vector network analyzer with a coplanar wave guide (CPW VNA FMR) and a micromagnetics simulation. The observed real and imaginary parts of the reflection signal become a combination of symmetric and antisymmetric Lorentzian forms in FMR. The combinations are given different susceptibility components of χxx and χzx by changing the sample position on the CPW. The magnetic dots exhibit triple modes in FMR spectra from an influence of the demagnetization field distribution in the mono-domain state. The magnetic dots also show a different variation of FMR amplitude in χxx and χzx for an out-of-plane field increase.