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Forces Fi and F2 with magnitudes indicated in the drawing act at point o. F2 2.80 kN F1 = 2.02 kN 33° 51° 0 Determine the magnitudes in kilonewtons and directions in degrees counterclockwise from the +x-axis of the following resultant forces. (a) R1 = F1 + F2 magnitude kN Enter a number direction (b) R2 -F1F2 magnitude kN direction o counterclockwise from the +x-axis (c) R3 F2 F1 magnitude kN direction counterclockwise from the +x-axis
15.5 Two forces, of magnitudes F1 = 80.0 N and F2 = 20.0 N , act in opposite directions on a block, which sits atop a frictionless surface, as shown in the figure. (Figure 1)Initially, the center of the block is at position xi = -1.00 cm . At some later time, the block has moved to the right, and its center is at a new position, xf = 1.00 cm A. Find the work W1 done on the block...
An L by L box is supported by four chains. Determine the forces in each chain as Cartesian force vectors and find the resultant force. L = 18 m ZO = 27 m W = 415 kN 1) Calculate the force vector F1 2) Calculate the force vector F2 3) Calculate the force vector F3 4) Calculate the force vector F4 5)Calculate the resultant force vector FR. F: Zom 4. W kN
Problem 10. If two forces are acting on a beam as shown, and FI -10 N, and F2 - 15 N, what is the force of F3n if the beam is not to move? Problem 11. Four people are pushing on a door as shown on the figure, and the forces given are; FI - 10 N, F3 - 15 N, F4 is 35 N, what is the force of F2 if the door is not moving? Problem 12. If...
point B The frame has an original loading system of four applied forces and one applied couple moment. Replace this loading system by an equivalent resultant force and couple moment acting at (FR) Original System Equivalent System Assume the following values: di-0.860 m , d2-1.14 m ,d; .690 m ,d,-2.00 m , Fi=503 N , F2 =310 N ,F, 505 N , F4s400 N , and M-1509 N·m. Express the Cartesian components of the resultant force and the couple moment...
urgent please Question 1 The L-shaped bar in Fig. 1 is applied with the point loads at different points and the single couple moment as shown. Simplify this force system to a single force passing through point A and an equivalent turning moment and clearly state the magnitudes and directions of the resultant force and turning moment. Further, reduce the force and couple system to a single resultant force and calculate the distance at which the line of action of...
Three forces of magnitudes F1=4.0N, F2=6.0N, and F3=8.0N are applied to a block of mass m=2.0kg, initially at rest, at angles shown on the diagram. (Figure 1) In this problem, you will determine the resultant (net) force by combining the three individual force vectors. All angles should be measured counterclockwise from the positive x axis (i.e., all angles are positive).Part A: Calculate the magnitude of the resultant force F? r=F? 1+F? 2+F? 3 acting on the block.Express the magnitude of...
Three forces of magnitudes F1=4.0N, F2=6.0N, and F3=8.0N are applied to a block of mass m=2.0kg, initially at rest, at angles shown on the diagram. (Figure 1)In this problem, you will determine the resultant (net) force by combining the three individual force vectors. All angles should be measured counterclockwise from the positive x axis (i.e., all angles are positive).Part ACalculate the magnitude of the resultant force \(\vec{F}_{\mathrm{r}}=\vec{F}_{1}+\vec{F}_{2}+\vec{F}_{3}\) acting on the block.Part BWhat angle does \(\vec{F}_{\mathrm{r}}\) make with the positive \(x\)...
Question 3 Forces F1, F2, F3, and F4 and the moment of a couple Mc are acting on a 3D rigid body as shown in Fig. 3. Convert this force and moment system into a single resultant force passing through Point F and an equivalent turning moment. Calculate both the resultant force at F and the corresponding turning moment as vectors. Further, reduce the force and moment system at F into a wrench resultant and calculate the turning moment of...
-t points osUniphyst 5.2 P022 My Nese Two forces ofh- Two forces of Fi--N and F2- o-nr. and?2-110.00-JNact on an obje t. Fi d the third forcei, j) N act on an object. Find the third force F3 (in N) that is needed to balance the first two forces. (Express your answer in vector form) nN) that eeded to balance the "rst two forces (Express your answer nvector forn. Additional Materials eBook Suomit Answsr Save Piogress Practice Another Version My...