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All Old Test 1 - EMCH 200 Fall 01 Test 1

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Unformatted text preview: EMCH 200 Fall 01 Test 1 Name:______________________________________ Turn in the following problems with test 2-29, 2-39, 2-46 Open book, open note, 50 min. The magniture | F A | = 60 N and | F B | = 80 N. The angle = 45 o . Determine the magnitude of the sum of the forces R = F A + F B and the ange between F B and R . The cable AB exerts a 200-lb force F AB at point A that is directed along the line from A to B . Express F AB in Cartesian vector form. ENGR 200 Spring 99 Test 1 Name:______________________________________ Turn in the following problems with test 2-15, 2-29, 2-43 Determine the resultant force of the two forces shown X Y 65 o 15 o 800 lb 500 lb Determine the component of the resultant vector R in the u and v directions shown. The magnitude of R is 5,000 lb 3 5 1 1 v u 5,000 lb R ENGR 200 Fall 99 Test 1 Name:______________________________________ Turn in the following problems with test 2-32, 2-59, 2-83 Open book and open notes. Test time 50 min. 1) The two tugboats apply the forces P and Q to the barge, where P=76 kN and Q=52 kN. Determine the resultant of P and Q. The magnitude of the force F is 120 lb. Find its rectangular representation. ENGR 200...
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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 1 - EMCH 200 Fall 01 Test 1

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