Knowing that the tension in cable BG is 545 N, determine the components of the force exerted by cable BG on the frame at B.56 m 1.4 m G H O 1.2 m...
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1)Two cables BG and BH are attached to frame ACD as shown.

2)3 cables are used to tether balloon as shown.

knowing that the balloon exerts an 940N vertical force at A.

determine the tension in each cable.

3)described in the picture.

these three questions are very tricky .

please explaining them step by step.

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Two cables BG and BH are attached to frame ACD as shown. Knowing that the tension in cable BG is 545 N, determine the
components of the force exerted by cable BG on the frame at B.
0.56 m
1.4 m
G
H
O
1.2 m
1.48 m
D
X
1.2 m
0.8 m
B
0.8 m
C

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1.4 m
G
H
1.48 m
O
1.2 m
D
A
0.8 m_
B
1.2 m
0.8 m
C
The component of the force in the x-direction is
The component of the force in the y-direction is
The component of the force in the z-direction is
Z Z Z

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Three cables are used to tether a balloon as shown. Knowing that the balloon exerts an 940-N vertical force at A, determine the
tension in each cable.
5.60 m
4.20 m

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5.60 m
B
D
4.20 m
3.30 m
C
4.20 m
2.40 m
The tension in cable AB is
The tension in cable AC is
The tension in cable AD is
ZZZ

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NOTE: This is a multi-part question. Once an answer is submitted, you will be unable to return to this part.
Collars A and B are connected by a 525-mm-long wire and can slide freely on frictionless rods. A force P = (357 N)j
is applied to collar A.
200 mm
O
B

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Draw the free-body diagram of collar at point A. Consider the normal components Ny and Nz acting in x and z directions at point A in
the collar. (You must provide an answer before moving on to the next part.)
Tool Tip: You are working with a 3-dimensional object in a 2-dimensional drawing tool. The angle displayed when drawing a force
does not relate to the x/y/z axes of the object, but instead to the grading mechanism of the tool. As you draw the free-body diagram,
use the x/y/z axes, geometry of the object, and context of the situation to determine the correct orientation of the forces.
The free-body diagram of collar at point A is
Add: Force Comment
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Fy
FX = 09
FX

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