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### 12._Pricing_Products_and_Services_1

Course: AEM 2400, Fall 2007
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Marketing: Kerin-Hartley-Rudelius: The Core, Second Edition IV. Satisfying Marketing Opportunities 12. Pricing Products and Services The McGraw-Hill Companies, 2007 Kerin-Hartley-Rudelius: Marketing: The Core, Second Edition IV. Satisfying Marketing Opportunities 12. Pricing Products and Services The McGraw-Hill Companies, 2007 12 LEARNING OBJECTIVES After reading this chapter you should be able to: 1...

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Problem 2.50 Four forces act on a beam. The vector sum of the forces is zero. The magnitudes jFB j D 10 kN and jFC j D 5 kN. Determine the magnitudes of FA and FD . Solution: Use the angles and magnitudes to determine the vectors, and then solve for
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Problem 2.1 The magnitudes jFA j D 60 N and jFB j D 80 N. The angle D 45 . Graphically determine the magnitude of the vector FA C FB and the angle between the vectors FB and FA C FB . Strategy: Construct the parallelogram for determining the sum of
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Problem 2.2 The magnitudes jFA j D 40 N, jFB j D 50 N, and jFA C FB j D 80 N. Assume that 0 &lt; &lt; 90 . Graphically determine the angle . Solution: Draw the vectors to scale and measure the angle usinga protractor. D 55|= N 800N FFA = 40 NB|F
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Problem 2.3 The magnitudes jFA j D 40 N, jFB j D 50 N, and jFA C FB j D 80 N. Assume that 0 &lt; &lt; 90 . Use trigonometry to determine the angle . Solution: Use the figure from Problem 2.2. The law of cosines:802 D 502 C 402 2 50 40 cos 180 ) D 54.9
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Problem 2.4 The magnitudes jFA j D 40 N, jFB j D 50 N, and jFC j D 40 N. The angles D 50 and D 80 . Graphically determine the magnitude of FA C FB C FC . Solution: Drawing everything to scale we can measure the magnitude as R D jFA C FB C FC j D 83
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Problem 2.5 The magnitudes jFA j D 40 N, jFB j D 50 N, and jFC j D 40 N. The angles D 50 and D 80 . Use trigonometry to determine the magnitude of FA C FB C FC . Solution: We haveRD 40 C 50 cos 50 C 40 cos 1302C 50 sin 50 C 40 sin 1302ND
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Problem 2.6 If the magnitude of the vector rAC is 195 mm, what is the angle ?60 mm150 mmrABBrBC C rACASolution: From the law of cosines1502 D 602 C 1952 2 60 195 cos ) D 35.2r AB=6m 0mrBC= 150 mmrAC = 195 mmc 2005
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Problem 2.7 The vectors FA and FB represent the forces exerted on the pulley by the belt. Their magnitudes are jFA j D 80 N and jFB j D 60 N. What is the magnitude jFA C FB j of the total force the belt exerts on the pulley?FBSolution:FB FB 45 35
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Problem 2.8 The sum of the forces FA C FB C FC D 0. The magnitude jFA j D 100 N and the angle D 60 . Determine jFB j and jFC j.FB30aFAFCSolution: Using the Law of sines twice we find100 N FB FC D D ) FB D 86.6 N, sin 90 sin 60 sin 30 FC
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Problem 2.9 In Problem 2.8, the sum of the forces FA C FB C FC D 0. If the magnitudes jFA j D 100 N and jFB j D 80 N, what are jFC j and the angle ? Solution: Using the Law of CosinesF2 C D 100 N D 50.4 N Using the Law of Sines FC 80 N ) D 52.5 D s
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Problem 2.10 The forces acting on the sailplane are represented by three vectors. The lift L and drag D are perpendicular, the magnitude of the weight W is 3500 N, and W C L C D D 0. What are the magnitudes of the lift and drag?L25DWSolution
Cornell - AEM - 2410
AEM 241 Marketing Plan Development and Team Building Prof Perosio Syllabus Date Mon. Aug 27 Wed. Aug 29 Mon. Sept 3 Topic Lecture: Introduction to the Class Lecture: What is a Team? Lecture: Component 1: Business, Industry, Situation Analysis (SWOT)
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Problem 2.11 A spherical storage tank is supported by cables. The tank is subjected to three forces: the forces FA and FB exerted by the cables and the weight W. The weight of the tank is jWj D 600 lb. The vector sum of the forces acting on the tank
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Problem 2.12 The rope ABC exerts forces FBA and FBC on the block at B. Their magnitudes are equal: jFBA j D jFBC j. The magnitude of the total force exerted on the block at B by the rope is jFBA C FBC j D 920 N. Determine jFBA j (a) graphically and (
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Problem 2.13 Two snowcats tow a housing unit to a new location at McMurdo Base, Antarctica. (The top view is shown. The cables are horizontal.) The sum of the forces FA and FB exerted on the unit is parallel to the line L, and jFA j D 1000 lb. Determ
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Problem 2.14 A surveyor determines that the horizontal distance from A to B is 400 m and that the horizontal distance from A to C is 600 m. Determine the magnitude of the horizontal vector rBC from B to C and the angle (a) graphically and (b) by usi
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Problem 2.15 The vector r extends from point A to the midpoint between points B and C. Prove that rD1 2CrAB C rAC .rAC rrAB ABCSolution: The proof is straightforward:r D rAB C rBM , and r D rAC C rCM . Add the two equations and note th
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Problem 2.16 explain whyBy drawing sketches of the vectors,U C V C W D U C V C W. Solution: Additive associativity for vectors is usually given as anaxiom in the theory of vector algebra, and of course axioms are not subject to proof. However we
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Problem 2.17 A force F D 40 i its magnitude jFj?20 j N . What isSolution: jFj D 402 C 202 D 44.7 NpStrategy: The magnitude of a vector in terms of its components is given by Eq. (2.8).c 2005 Pearson Education, Inc., Upper Saddle River, NJ.
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Problem 2.18 An engineer estimating the components of a force F D Fx i C Fy j acting on a bridge abutment has determined that Fx D 130 MN, jFj D 165 MN, and Fy is negative. What is Fy ?Solution:jFj D Thus jFy j D jFy j D jFx j2 C jFy j2 jFj2 p 165
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Problem 2.19 A support is subjected to a force F D Fx i C 80j (N). If the support will safely support a force of 100 N, what is the allowable range of values of the component Fx ?Solution: Use the definition of magnitude in Eq. (2.8) and reducealg
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Problem 2.20 If FA D 600i 800j (kip) and FB D 200i 200j (kip), what is the magnitude of the force F D FA 2FB ?Solution: Take the scalar multiple of FB , add the components ofthe two forces as in Eq. (2.9), and use the definition of the magnitude.
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Problem 2.21 If FA D i 4.5j (kN) and FB D 2i 2j (kN), what is the magnitude of the force F D 6FA C 4FB ?Solution: Take the scalar multiples and add the components.FD 6C4 jFj D 222 iC 6 C 3524.5 C 4 D 35.1 kN2 jD2i35j, andc 2005 Pears
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Problem 2.22 Two perpendicular vectors U and V lie in the x-y plane. The vector U D 6i 8j and jVj D 20. What are the components of V? (Notice that this problem has two answers.) Solution: The two possible values of V are shown in the sketch.The stra
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Problem 2.23 A fish exerts a 40-N force on the line that is represented by the vector F. Express F in terms of components using the coordinate system shown.ySolution:Fx D jFj cos 60 D 40 0.5 D 20 N Fy D jFj sin 60 D 34.6j N 40 0.866 D 34.6 NF D
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Problem 2.24 A person exerts a 60-lb force F to push a crate onto a truck. Express F in terms of components.ySolution: The strategy is to express the force F in terms of theangle. Thus F D ijFj cos 20 C jjFj sin 20 F D 60 0.9397i C 0.342j or F D
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Problem 2.25 The missile's engine exerts a 260-kN force F. Express F in terms of components using the coordinate system shown.y F 40xSolution:Fx D jFj cos 40 Fx D 199 N Fy D jFj sin 40 Fy D 167 N F D 199i C 167j Ny F 40xc 2005 Pearson Ed
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Problem 2.26 For the truss shown, express the position vector rAD from point A to point D in terms of components. Use your result to determine the distance from point A to point D.y 0.6 m D 0.4 m C 0.6 m 1.2 m B ASolution: Coordinates A(1.8, 0.7)
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Problem 2.27 The points A, B, . . . are the joints of the hexagonal structural element. Let rAB be the position vector from joint A to joint B, rAC the position vector from joint A to joint C, and so forth. Determine the components of the vectors rAC
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Problem 2.28 For the hexagonal structural element in Problem 2.27, determine the components of the vector rAB rBC .Solution: rABrBC .The angle between BC and the x-axis is 60 . rBC D 2 cos 60 i C 2 sin 60 j m rBC D 1i C 1.73j m rAB rAB rBC D 2i
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Problem 2.29 The coordinates of point A are (1.8, 3.0) m. The y coordinate of point B is 0.6 m and the magnitude of the vector rAB is 3.0 m. What are the components of rAB ?yArABB xSolution: Let the x-component of point B be xB . The vector
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Problem 2.30 (a) Express the position vector from point A of the front-end loader to point B in terms of components. (b) Express the position vector from point B to point C in terms of components.55 in.y 98 in. 45 in. C A 35 in. B 50 in. x 50 in.
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Problem 2.31 Five identical cylinders with radius R D 0.2 m are stacked as shown. Determine the components of the position vectors (a) from point A to point B and (b) from point B to point E.yBDR A C E xSolution: The coordinates are (R D 0.
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Problem 2.32 Determine the position vector rAB in terms of its components if: (a) D 30 , (b) D 225 .y60 mm150 mmrABBrBC C xASolution:(a) rAB D 60 cos 30 i C 60 sin 30 j, ory 60 mm B FAB A FBC C F x 150 mmrAB D 51.96i C 30j mm.
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Problem 2.33 In Problem 2.32 determine the position vector rBC in terms of its components if: (a) D 30 , (b) D 225 . Solution:(a) From Problem 2.32, rAB D 51.96i C 30j mm. Thus, the coordinates of point B are (51.96, 30) mm. The vector rBC is give
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Problem 2.34 A surveyor measures the location of point A and determines that rOA D 400i C 800j (m). He wants to determine the location of a point B so that jrAB j D 400 m and jrOA C rAB j D 1200 m. What are the cartesian coordinates of point B?y B
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Problem 2.35 The magnitude of the position vector rBA from point B to point A is 6 m and the magnitude of the position vector rCA from point C to point A is 4 m. What are the components of rBA ?y 3m B C xSolution: The coordinates are: A xA , yA ,
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Problem 2.36 In Problem 2.35, determine the components of a unit vector eCA that points from point C toward point A. Strategy: Determine the components of rCA and then divide the vector rCA by its magnitude. Solution: From the previous problem we hav
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Problem 2.37 The x and y coordinates of points A, B, and C of the sailboat are shown. (a) (b) Determine the components of a unit vector that is parallel to the forestay AB and points from A toward B. Determine the components of a unit vector that is
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Problem 2.38 The length of the bar AB is 0.6 m. Determine the components of a unit vector eAB that points from point A toward point B.y BA 0.3 m0.4 mxSolution: We need to find the coordinates of point B x, yWe have the two equationsBx
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Problem 2.39 Determine the components of a unit vector that is parallel to the hydraulic actuator BC and points from B toward C.y 1m D C 1m 0.6 m A B x0.15 m0.6 mScoopSolution: Point B is at (0.75, 0) and point C is at (0, 0.6). Thevector
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Problem 2.40 The hydraulic actuator BC in Problem 2.39 exerts a 1.2-kN force F on the joint at C that is parallel to the actuator and points from B toward C. Determine the components of F.Solution: From the solution to Problem 2.39,eBC D 0.781i C
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Problem 2.41 A surveyor finds that the length of the line OA is 1500 m and the length of line OB is 2000 m. (a) (b) Determine the components of the position vector from point A to point B. Determine the components of a unit vector that points from po
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Problem 2.42 The positions at a given time of the Sun (S) and the planets Mercury (M), Venus (V), and Earth (E) are shown. The approximate distance from the Sun to Mercury is 57 106 km, the distance from the Sun to Venus is 108 106 km, and the dist
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Problem 2.43 For the positions described in Problem 2.42, determine the components of a unit vector that points from Earth toward Venus. Solution: From the solution to Problem 2.42,rE D 51.3 106 i C 141 106 j km rEV D xV rEV D x E i C yV yE j km 2
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Problem 2.44 The rope ABC exerts forces FBA and FBC on the block at B. Their magnitudes are equal: jFBA j D jFBC j. The magnitude of the total force exerted on the block at B by the rope is jFBA C FBC j D 920 N. Determine jFBA j by expressing the for
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Problem 2.45 The magnitude of the horizontal force F1 is 5 kN and F1 C F2 C F3 D 0. What are the magnitudes of F2 and F3 ?y 30 F1F345 F2xSolution: Using components we haveFx : 5 kN C F2 cos 45 Fy : F3 cos 30 D 0F2 sin 45 C F3 sin 30 D 0
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Problem 2.46 Four groups engage in a tug-of-war. The magnitudes of the forces exerted by groups B, C, and D are jFB j D 800 lb, jFC j D 1000 lb, jFD j D 900 lb. If the vector sum of the four forces equals zero, what are the magnitude of FA and the an
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Problem 2.47 The two vernier engines of the launch vehicle exert thrusts (forces) that control the vehicle's attitude, or angular position. Each engine exerts a 5000lb thrust. At the present instant, the thrusts are in the directions shown. (a) What
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Problem 2.48 The bracket must support the two forces shown, where jF1 j D jF2 j D 2 kN. An engineer determines that the bracket will safely support a total force of magnitude 3.5 kN in any direction. Assume that 0 90 . What is the safe range of th
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Problem 2.49 The figure shows three forces acting on a joint of a structure. The magnitude of Fc is 60 kN, and FA C FB C FC D 0. What are the magnitudes of FA and FB ?40 FAy FC FB 15 xSolution: We need to write each force in terms of its compone
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