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All Old Test 2 - EMCH 200 Fall 01 Test 2 Name Turn in the...

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EMCH 200 Fall 01 Test 2 Name:______________________________________ Turn in the following problems with test 3-19, 4-37, 4-89 Open book, open note, 50 min.
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The system of cables suspends a 1000-lb bank of lights above a movie set. What is the set of equations which must be solved to determine the tensions in the 4 cables?
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The tension in cable AC is 100 lb. Determine the moment about the origin 0 due to the force exerted by cables AC.
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ENGR 200 Spring 00 Test 2 Name:______________________________________ Turn in the following problems with test 3-19, 4-37, 4-89 Open book and open notes. Test time 50 min.
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1) The two cables are tied together at C and loaded as shown. Determine the tension in AC and BC.
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2) A force P of magnitude 520 lb acts on the frame shown at point E. Determine the moment of P about a line joining points O and D.
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ENGR 200 Spring 00 Test 2 (Makeup) Name:______________________________________ Open book and open notes. Test time 75 min.
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1) Express the weight W required to maintain equilibrium in terms of P, d, and h.
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2) A container is supported by three cables as shown. Determine the weight W of the container, knowing that the tension in cable AB is 500 N
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3) The 12-ft boom AB has a fixed end A and the tension in cable BC is 570 lb. Replace the force that the cable exerts at B by an equivalent force-couple system at A.
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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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