Translational Equilibrium Homework

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Translational Equilibrium Homework : Solutions are to be turned in at the beginning of the January 25 class period, stapled together with a  proper cover sheet and this assignment sheet.    G ive the answers to three significant figures.    Each solution must be neat, complete,   correct and include a free-body diagram.   T    here must be only one solution per sheet of paper.  1. The diagram shows a suspended traffic signal.  The weight of the signal  is 24.0 pounds.  What are the magnitudes of the tensions in the support cables on each side of the signal?  Give the answer in pounds. 2.  This diagram shows a different suspended traffic signal.  The mass of  this signal is 12.8 kilograms.  What are the magnitudes of the tensions in the support cables on each side of the signal?  Give the answers in  both newtons and pounds.

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