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Unformatted text preview: ° = 2.4647 kN ° = 2.0681 kN 2.4647 cos θ x = 4.2 θ x = 54.1 ° 7/ 11 2/ 6/ 14 / usr/ hosting_files4/ main/ prev iew s/ doc431728704/ prev iew 77 PROBLEM 2.75 CONTINUED cos θ y = − 2.7 4.2 θ = 130.0 ° y 2.0681 cos θ z = 4.0 θ z = 60.5 ° dc217. 4shared. com/ doc/ AOPLVdUr/ prev iew . html 8/ 11 2/ 6/ 14 / usr/ hosting_files4/ main/ prev iew s/ doc431728704/ prev iew 78 P R O B L E M 2 . 7 6 To stabilize a tree partially uprooted in a storm, cables AB and AC are attached to the upper trunk of the tree and then are fastened to steel rods AC is 3.6 kN, anchored in the ground. Knowing that the tension in cable determine ( a) th...
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