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# All Old Test exam-1 - EMCH 200 Fall 01 Final Exam Name:_...

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EMCH 200 Fall 01 Final Exam Name:______________________________________ Open book, open note, 180 min.

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Given F 1 = 260 lb., F 2 = 75 lb., and F 3 = 60 lb. determine the magnitude of the resultant, R , and the angle between R and the coordinate axes.
Draw the shear and moment diagrams for the beam and loading shown

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Two cables are tided together at C and loaded as shown. Determine the tension in AC and BC
The plate shown weights 80 lb. And is held by a pin at A and by a wire BDC which passes over a frictionless pulley at D. Determine the components of the reaction at A and the tension in the wire when β = 30 o

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The tension in the cable AB is 1 kN. Determine the moment about the x axis due to the force exerted on the hatch by the cable at point B
The weight W = 80 lb. Determine the forces on member ABCD

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ENGR 200 Spring 99 Final Exam Name:______________________________________ Open Book and Notes. 3 hours
1) Calculate the mass m 2 required to keep the 100-kg mass m 1 in equilibrium. Assume pulley is frictionless.

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## This note was uploaded on 10/03/2011 for the course EMCH 200 taught by Professor Mcneil during the Fall '09 term at South Carolina.

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All Old Test exam-1 - EMCH 200 Fall 01 Final Exam Name:_...

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