problem05_08

# University Physics with Modern Physics with Mastering Physics (11th Edition)

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5.8: a) . 0 45 cos 30 cos and , 45 sin 30 sin , = ° - ° = = ° + ° = B A C B A C T T w T T T w T Since , 45 cos 45 sin ° = ° adding the last two equations gives , ) 30 sin 30 (cos w T A = ° + ° and so . 732 . 0 366 . 1 w T w A = = Then, . 897 . 0 45 cos 30 cos w T T A B = = ° ° b) Similar to part (a), , 45 sin 60 cos , w T T w T B A C = ° + ° - = and . 0 45
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Unformatted text preview: 60 sin = °-° B A T T Again adding the last two, , 73 . 2 ) 60 cos 60 (sin w T w A = = °-° and . 35 . 3 45 cos 60 sin w T T B B = = ° °...
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