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1 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Department of Physics Physics 8.01 Fall Term 2010 Problem Set 12 Static Equilibrium and Three Dimensional Rotations Due: December 3 at 9 pm Place your solutions in the appropriate section slot in the box outside 26-152. Write your name, section, table and group number on the upper right side of your first page. Website: http://web.mit.edu/8.01t/www/ Textbook: Young and Friedman, University Physics Twelfth Edition Nov 29/30 W13D1 Principal Axis Theorem and Three Dimensional Rotation Reading Assignment: Young and Freedman Chapter 10.7. Review Concept Questions (PRS link) from W09D2 Nov 3, 4 class) Dec 1/2 W13D2 Three Dimensional Rotation: Gyroscopes Reading Assignment: Young and Freedman Chapter 10.7 Dec 3 W13D3 Quiz 9 Angular Momentum; Group Problem Solving: Gyroscopes Dec 6/7 W14D1 Central Force Motion Reading Assignment: Young and Freedman Chapter 12.3-12.5, 12.8 Dec 8/9 W14D2 Last Day Classes Final Review Hour One and Hour Two: Final Review Final Exam Monday, December 13 9:00AM - 12:00 Noon Johnson Track
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2 Problem 1: Static Equilibrium The Ankle A person of mass m = 75 kg is crouching with his/her weight evenly distributed on both tiptoes. The forces on the skeletal part of the foot are shown in the diagram. In this
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