04_InstSolManual_PDF_Part9

04_InstSolManual_PDF_Part9 - Newtons Laws of Motion 4-9...

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4.35. Set Up: Call the blocks A and B , with and Since the worker pulls to the right, the friction force on each block is to the left. Let be the force the worker applies and let T be the tension in the rope. Solve: The free-body diagrams are shown in Figure 4.35. The rope pulls to the right on block A and to the left on block B . Figure 4.35 Reflect: The force acts only on block B . 4.36. Set Up: Call the blocks A and B , with and Let be the force the worker applies to block A . Since the worker pushes to the right, the friction force on each block is to the left. Let be the normal force that A exerts on B and let be the normal force that B exerts on A . Solve: The free-body diagrams are shown in Figure 4.36. Figure 4.36 4.37. Set Up: Use coordinates with upward. The objects are at rest so they have Solve: (a) The free-body diagram for the chandelier is shown in Figure 4.37a. the tension in the bottom link of the chain, equals the magnitude of the upward force that the bottom of the chain exerts on the chandelier. gives so Figure 4.37 (b) Apply to the chain. The free-body diagram for the chain is shown in Figure 4.37b. The chandelier
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