Unformatted text preview: in Figure 10.83b gives so there is a friction force of 92 N at each hand. Reflect: In this position the normal forces at his feet and at his hands don’t differ very much. f h 5 f f , g F x 5 f f 5 1 400 N 21 50.0 cm 2 2 1 277 N 21 22.8 cm 2 74.9 cm 5 183 N f f 1 74.9 cm 2 1 w l 1 22.8 cm 2 2 n f 1 50.0 cm 2 5 g t 5 750 N 2 350 N 5 400 N, n f 5 w l 1 w t 2 n h 5 n f 1 n h 2 w l 2 w t 5 n h 5 350 N, n h 1 162 cm 2 2 1 277 N 21 27.2 cm 2 2 1 473 N 21 103.8 cm 2 5 g t 5 90° u f 90 cm 135 cm x 1 x 2 162 cm (a) (b) (c) n h n f 41 cm 49 cm 65 cm 70 cm u u f 76.6 cm 27.2 cm 58.2 cm w l w t n f f f w l F f f f h Axis f h n h f f n f w t 5 473 N w l 5 277 N x 2 5 1 135 cm 2 cos f 5 112 cm. x 1 5 1 90 cm 2 cos u 5 50.0 cm x 2 x 1 f 5 33.7°. u 5 56.3° u 1 f 5 90°. Dynamics of Rotational Motion 1033...
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2009 for the course PHYS 114 taught by Professor Shoberg during the Spring '07 term at Pittsburg State Uiversity.
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