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Mechanics Engineering - Statics Chapter 3 Problem 3-1 Determine the magnitudes of F1 and F2 so that the particle is in equilibrium. Given: F = 500 N 1 = 45 deg 2 = 30deg Solution: Initial Guesses F 1 = 1N Given + Fx = 0; + F 2 = 1N F 1 cos ( 1 ) + F2 cos ( 2 ) - F = 0 F 1 sin ( 1 ) - F 2 sin ( 2 ) = 0 Fy = 0; F1 = Find ( F1 , F2) F2 F1 259 = N F2 366 Problem 3-2 Determine the...

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