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Unformatted text preview: F = 2—10. Determine the design angle (b (0° 5 ¢ 5 90°) between . me the magnitude of the resultant force R members AB and AC 50 that the 400-ib horizontal force has a ‘ the . . , . s orientation 6, measured counterclockmse ft‘OlTl component of 600 lb which acts up to the right. In the same direc- tion as from 3 toward A4 Also calculate the magnitude of the force component along AC. Take 6 = 30°. 4001b Probs 2—31. Determine the magnitude and orientation. measured counterclockwise from the positive y axis. of the resultant force acting on the bracket, if F3 = 600 N and fl = 20", J’ Probs. 2—302’2—31 2—43. The pipe is subjected to the force F which has components F; = 1.5 kN and F1 = 1.25 kN. If H = 75". determine the magni— tudes of F and Fy. 2-50. EXPRESS the posit 2—61. Two tractors puil on the tree with the forces shown. Rep- lh - . . 10" VeCIOr :- in Camsia . resent each force as a Cartesian vector and [hen defiermine the 1" vector - ‘ . , . . - form’ w magmmde and coordanate dlrectlon angles of the resultant force. Z a8=150ib 2—74. Determine the mag ' n ...
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