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Student Name: ___________________________________________ McGill ID: _______________________________________________ Course Number: BREE 210 Course Name: Mechanical Analysis and Design Examination Date: December 9, 2016 Examination Time: 2:00pm to 5:00pm Value of Exam: 40% Name of Examiner: Professor Hamid Akbarzadeh Name of Co-examiner: Professor Mark Lefsrud Type of Exam: Final Answer in Exam Booklet Calculators are permitted: Yes (Graphical and Statistical; no laptop) Definition Dictionaries are allowed: Yes Electronic devices (i.e. beepers, cellular phones) are not permitted in the examination room.
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BREE 210, Fall 2016 Final exam: December 9, 2016 Examiner: Prof. Hamid Akbarzadeh (Closed book, Calculators and one page formula sheet are allowed, 180 min) Student Name: Student Number: Note: Drawing an appropriate free-body-diagram for each of the questions is necessary and is a part of grading scheme. 25% of the grade of each question is for obtaining the correct final solution. Question 1) (PA.3) Cable ABC has a length of 5m. Determine the position x and the tension developed in ABC required for the equilibrium of the 100kg sack. Neglect the size and friction of the pulley at B. (10 Points)
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Question 2) (DE.3)
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