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3.1 A PROBLEM 13.2-N force P is applied to the lever which controls the auger of a snowblower. Determine the moment of P about A when is equal to 30. SOLUTION First note Px = P sin = (13.2 N ) sin 30 = 6.60 N Py = P cos = (13.2 N ) cos 30 = 11.4315 N Noting that the direction of the moment of each force component about A is counterclockwise, M A = xB/ A Py + yB/ A Px = ( 0.086 m )(11.4315 N ) + ( 0.122 m )(...

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