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magnitudes of F2 and F3 are known to be 80 1b and 5211)
respectively. Determine the magnitude F1 and direction 9 so
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magnitude of F is .12 kN, determine the magnitude T of the force in member B and its proper orientation 9 for equilibrium. The forces are concurrent at
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tension in cable CA is 160 N and the tension in cable CE is 90 N. Neglecting the weights of the pillar, rods and cables, determine the
magnitude of force in members CD and CE required to maintain static equilibrium. aim: Ea :i‘GO N ) £5590N35y5/rm I.” fimﬁb } FIND: E0255 Engi/Ibrlbbm Z}? = O 9325:"; £525 "‘ F85 SmZ’O '5 70 N F55 :: 3(3OM — a; (c1520) = 5. 50M ’§E60520> "F29 SanO ‘3 5
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b) P 81 30) i) P sin(30) 008(50)
c) P 6 (50) ﬂP c (30) 8111(50)
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the force developed in each cable for equilibrium. (7 Won 3 W = 800 N 1 5/46er I}: ifaz‘ﬂZr/Mb
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the straight path through a level ﬁeld. The distance your friend walks is: A) equal to the arithmetic sum of s; and s;
(i.e. the distance you walk) B Friend’s B) greater than the arithmetic sum of S} and $2 @ D) greater than the vector sum of 51 and $2 greater than either s1 or s; but less than the
arithmetic sum of $1 and $2 Which of the following is NOT an external effect?
Deformation B) Motion C) State of rest D) Support reactions When dealing only with EXTERNAL effects on a rigid body, a force may be treated as what kind
of vector? E) Equivalent vector
F) Fixed vector G) Free vector @ Sliding vector QC.) For questions a) to d) indicate whether the magnitude of the ,
component of force F along line AB (FAB ) will increase, B t, "6 5?
decrease or stay the same. Circle the correct response. '
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direction of the force F that should be exerted on the
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diameter is negligible. 69m: WthO t _
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vector directed along the y axis from B to A, ﬁnd l , l the magnitude of the tension T2 and the resultant R. "\ 60 / a.) Knowing that the resultant of E and 152 is a vertical force of 800 N, find the ué A
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