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### Lecture24-2A

Course: PHYS PHYS2A, Spring 2008
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14 Static Chapter Equilibrium II Chapter 15 Oscillatory Motion Conditions for Equilibrium A body is in static equilibrium when it is stationary and when both &quot;the net external force and the net external torque are zero!&quot; Fi 0 i and i 0 i If the tension in the support cable does not act at the center of &quot;gravity&quot; for the beam and the worker then the beam will rotate!...

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