HW6_SOL

# HW6_SOL - Fx = 7220 lb is also right If you see the problem in 3-dimensional sense Fx will be F x = m ̇(w 1 w 2 cos 2 45.

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The correct answer is 5700 lb because in the solutions manual wrong SG, 1.4 is used instead of 1.2 as given in the problem. So whoever gets 6650 lb, they are wrong.

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Unformatted text preview: Fx = 7220 lb is also right. If you see the problem in 3-dimensional sense, Fx will be F x = m ̇ (w 1 + w 2 cos 2 45)....
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## This note was uploaded on 04/07/2010 for the course MAE MAE 103 taught by Professor Mae103 during the Fall '09 term at UCLA.

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HW6_SOL - Fx = 7220 lb is also right If you see the problem in 3-dimensional sense Fx will be F x = m ̇(w 1 w 2 cos 2 45.

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