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Problem 6.1 Determine the axial forces in the members of the truss and indicate whether they are in tension (T) or compression (C). Strategy: Draw free-body diagram of joint A. By writing the equilibrium equations for the joint, you can determine the axial forces in the two members. A 800 N B 30 60 C Solution: A 800 N y 800 N x 30 FAB A 60 B 30 60 C Solving: We get FAC FAB = 693 N (tension) FAC =...

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