HW - ME 16 HW Assignments HW#1 Due Friday 4/10 Problems 2.7...

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ME 16 - HW Assignments HW #1 Due Friday 4/10 Problems 2.7, 2.26, 2.61, 2.113, 2.119, 2.135, 2.178, 2.205 HW #2 Due Friday 4/17 Problems o 2.246 (Ans: , ) This problem has a couple of challenges, click here for useful hints . o 2.172 (Ans: , ) o 2.257 (Note typo in problem statement, it should read . Ans: ), (Note: The rope connecting A and B is inextensible, you should write that constraint in terms of the positions of the A and B blocks) o 2.190 (Ans: 16.4 ft/s) o 3.5 (Ans: Tensions= 45.1 lb and 43.3 lb) o 3.50 (Note: Resolve the forces in the Polar Frame) HW #3 Due Friday 4/24 Problems o 3.23 (Ans: lb/ft. Note a typo in the problem statement: precompressed should read compressed instead. In this problem, the spring is initially uncompressed. 0.25 ft is the final compression of the spring). This is a problem that involves position-dependent acceleration .
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o 3.47 (Ans: ). Note: The condition ‘‘the particle starts to leave the surface’’ occurs at the configuration where the surface contact force (surface normal force) is zero.
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