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TAM 210/211 BL1 Name: Sample Exam1 Section: To receive all credit, show all your work 1. For the three vectors j i A ˆ 4 ˆ 3 + = v , k j i B ˆ ˆ ˆ + + = v , and k C ˆ 5 = v find each of the following: a. B A v v + b. B A v v c. B A v v d. C A v v × e. ( ) C B A v v v × ×
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TAM 210/211 BL1 Name: Sample Exam1 Section: To receive all credit, show all your work 2. Given that there is an applied force at the ring of a magnitude F, what is the tension in each of the two cables? F
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TAM 210/211 BL1 Name: Sample Exam1 Section: To receive all credit, show all your work 3. If the weight of the box is known to be W (and the rings are massless), what is the tension in the
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Unformatted text preview: rope which goes from B to D? TAM 210/211 BL1 Name: Sample Exam1 Section: To receive all credit, show all your work 4. The two circular disks shown are identical. The radius of each disk is R (known) and the weight of each disk is W (also known). All surfaces are smooth, so you can neglect friction. Draw a free body diagram for each disk, and find the normal force between the top disk and the horizontal wall. 60 2R...
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