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Then combine them to find the magnitude.oJMJMMJo2JM22222JJJcos0 cos250 Ncos15241 Nsin0 sin250 Nsin153.3 kg9.80ms32 NF241 N32 N243.5 N2.410 NxxxyyyxyFFFFFFFmgFFFmgFF39.(a)25252225000 kg9.8m sStress2.04210 N m2.010 N m1.2mFmgAA(b)52692Stress2.04210 N mStrain4.1 10Young's Modulus5010 N m54.See the free-body diagram. The largest tension will occur when the elevator has anupward acceleration. Use that with the maximum tension to calculate the diameter ofthe bolt, d. Write Newton’s second law for the elevator to find the tension.T22T9.8m s1.2m s11.0yFFmgmaFmgmam gammTT17232T62Tensile strength228 11.03.1 10 kg282.510mTensile strength50010 N mFFAdFdJ9: Find the tension in the two wires that support a hanging street light that weighs 100 Newtons. Assume that one wire makes an angle of 37 degrees with the horizontal and theother 53 degrees.elevatormgTF
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