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Unformatted text preview: MEMZOZ — Statics Class Assignment — 2 Name [5/ g 1. The magnitude of the position vector rBA from point B to A is 6 m and the magnitude of the position vector rm from point Cto point A is 4 m. a) What are the components of TBA? b) Determine the components of a unit vector Em that points from point C toward point A. at.) Cégg‘plflm ask?) A(KAI‘1A)) R(Q;D\; C‘ (ax ID) .4 ' _ 2L__ 1. 'L PM?” (Mwi’fiqurQ/i‘ 2‘? Q0“) ‘ “A * ‘3“ .3 '1... cm Anaheim (two? i» emf“: (PRA"3>W~)L+QA Scum-35 XI); 1 4.223M ; ‘Qrfi 4.: 355’s}. o—woié “w“ '—; F3“: (ares??— 3.,Sé§)m cc no a _ cu 2;) 033,5 7*“ a. (4333 at», + “3,2763 2 i,£’3c-—3.Sé.\ {magnas‘u— 3.3%" m f gm" 4’40”“ M T”; 4- e s m 3. (“may“) “‘ lf‘mi 2. Four groups engage in tug-of—war. The magnitudes ofthe forces exerted by groups B, C, and Dare: IFBI = 8001b, IFcl = 1000 lb, ”'0' = 9001b. Ifthe vector sum of the four forces equais zero, what are the magnitude of FA and the angle at? dawn Pastas-1'5: Fe: 869 (If m “06+ ”35% 5 io“ ): -2"13.e’€+*isr.13‘5 A a é‘ FL: ‘O°D($¢DSBO¢+AS%3¢)L 96g£t+ SL365 (:1): am(am(—wi+’3m(-wfi: 8+$72’i-‘W»é’f 4-. A -<'.\ FnalFalC/i‘ ms(Ieo+w)+ 4 s\\ (i?o+o<)) L1F~|('LCMS¢(—J§O~0{) E‘i’ £3 213;; =— t (“BYJ " [Ed 035 K) "i“ (3h +4-}F&15T“IN);Q ...—-b- +¢+ :2“; FR; \438‘?+ 0144/? If ) :- JUHE)‘ em“? =1” i720 ”0 MEMZOZ — Statics Class Assignment — 2 Name ES: 2 3. The figure shows three forces acting on a joint ofa structure. The magnitude of F6 is mm and FA + F5. + FC = 0. What are the magnitudes of FA and F3? dbmf’ofl’E'I-STS; Erlfilmwcxliii ls-fiaqlo‘.l (m) F—‘llzflldoSLcibi Hfiglsaki‘ts'J (kw) gal [films hot *‘Pgls-Jk we? (p4) :-_ wéO“) (w) tr axe we a» fifleuxxfifie FAW TFQfi'T Paglia-'0 “11> [EA}6«=S40-+ ’a‘ ballets- +0 2'0 iE-Llsma' Malawi - 60:0 gens“ ta) .__, V51 M1 1.133} "=— ‘061 lp-rd 4. At the instant shown, the Harrier’s thrust vector is T = 17,000? + 68,000} — 8,0001% (N) and its velocity vector is v = 7.3i + 1.8} + {mam/s). The quantity = lTp||vl where T1, is the vector component ofT parallel to v, is the power currently being transferred to the airplane by its engine. Determine the value of P. [POL-5‘93”“— Zg'ilom {QM/S ...
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