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ME 104: Homework 8 Prof. Karl Hedrick: University of California, Berkeley Due Monday, November 16th
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Chapter 16, Problem 3 A 6-ft board is placed in a truck with one end resting against a block secured to the floor and the other leaning against a vertical partition. Determine the maximum allowable acceleration of the truck if the board is to remain in the position shown.
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Chapter 16, Problem 5 Knowing that the coefficient of static friction between the tires and the road is 0.80 for the automobile shown, determine the maximum possible acceleration on a level road, assuming ( a ) four-wheel drive, ( b ) rear-wheel drive, ( c ) front-wheel drive.
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Chapter 16, Problem 13 A completely filled barrel and its contents have a combined weight of 200 lb. A cylinder C is connected to the barrel at a height h 22 in. as shown. Knowing 0.40 s and 0.35, k determine the maximum weight of C so the barrel will not tip.
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Chapter 16, Problem 34 Each of the double pulleys shown has a mass moment of inertia of
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