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Unformatted text preview: ft and c 9 ft. (Hint; Include the selfweight of Problem Two Problem Two Problem Two Problem Three Given: The tension in each cable is the same. The forces exerted on the beam by the three cables exert a 1.2 kNm counterclockwise moment about the fixed end O. Find: Draw the Free Body Diagram ( 8 points) Problem Three Problem Three Problem Three Problem Three Problem Four Given : The mass, m =100 kg. There is a fixed end at point A. Find : List Assumptions (5 points) Determine the tension in the cables (8 Problem Four Problem Four Problem Four Problem Four...
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