Unformatted text preview: posture and have a better sense about acting muscles and forces on your back. • Use your body dimensions whenever necessary if you are trying to perform any calculations • Clarify any assumptions you made for the formulation of the problem • Define clearly any length or dimension used in your equations • You may want to use figure P1.22 C when the major muscle acting in lifting is the back muscle. • There is no right or wrong answer to this problem, and your answer will be marked based on your ability to formulate a real life problem and describing your assumptions and justifications for the way that you formulated the problem. 100 N 200 N Ө =60º 3’ 3’ 3’ A B...
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 Spring '06
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 Force, real life problem, BME 110A Homework, major muscle acting

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