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Statics - examples for review 1 message Adam Tokarski <[email protected]> Geraldine Milano <[email protected]> Thu, Sep 10, 2009 at 1:07 PM To Everyone in MECH 235-101: The attached has two examples that I will review in class. One is on Resultant, the other is Equilibrium. The first homework set will be collected Monday night. Make sure you are solving these problems using the Trigonometric Method; sketch a Force Polygon and apply the Law of Sines and Cosines (found in your FE Handbook). The second set of problems should be solved ANALYTICALLY which means using Rectangular Coodinates.
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Unformatted text preview: Don't confuse the two methods which were both presented in the first class. Method of Trigonometry implies the use of the LAWS of Sine and Cosine. Have a good weekend, see you soon. If all goes well, I may begin 3D, Space Vectors. Read ahead. G. Milano BJ9ed-2-36and131.pdf 84K Page 1 of 1 Gmail - Statics - examples for review 9/11/2009 http://mail.google.com/mail/?ui=2&ik=a84470af9d&view=pt&search=inbox&th=123a4ec. .....
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