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ProbStat10607 - Physics 106 Practice Problem Set 7:...

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Spring 2008   Physics 106 Practice Problem Set 7:    Equilibrium I   SJ 7 th  Ed.: Chap 12.1 to 3   FOP 7 th  Ed.: Chap 12.1 to 5    AP Chap 18.1 to 8 Contents PP10603: 2, 5, 7, 8, 11* , 13, 17 *, 19 *, 20 * Suggested:  AP Chap 18 (p18-15): 16, 17,  18, 23, 38, 41, 44,  49 Covered in Lecture:  AP Chap 18: 25, 29, 37 Lecture 7 topics: The equilibrium conditions Types of mechanical equilibrium Center of gravity Definition Methods for finding CG CG versus mass center Examples Solving equilibrium problems Some useful theorems Problem solving rules and methods Sample problems
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Spring 2008 PP10603-02 : The leaning Tower of Pisa (see figure) is 55 m high and 7.0 m in diameter. The top of the tower is displaced 4.5 m from the vertical. Treat the tower as a uniform, circular cylinder. (a) What additional horizontal displacement, measured at the top, would bring the tower to the verge of toppling? (b)
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