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### HW2sol

Course: ME 599, Fall 2009
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599-1 ME Homework 2 Solutions 1. a. Define the overall length of the spring as x (which is initially equal to 1 = 150 mm), and the left and right sides of the triangle as 2 = 55 mm and 3 = 130 mm, respectively. Also define the angle between the bottom and ride sides as and the height of the ankle as y ,. Using the law of cosines, we can find x2 + 2 3 = cos 1 2x 3 and hence the height y= 3 2 2 2 (1) sin...

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