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After resolving the forces into their components as shown, we can write the ®rst condition for equilibrium: 3 Æ Fx 0 becomes FT2 cos 5:08 À FT1 cos 108 0 4 Æ Fy 0 becomes FT2 sin 5:08 FT1 sin 108 À 90 N 0 When we evaluate the sines and cosines, these equations become 0:996FT2 À 0:985FT1 0 and 0:087FT2 0:174FT1 À 90 0 Solving the ®rst for FT2 gives FT2 0:990FT1 . Substituting this in the second equation gives 0:086FT1 0:174FT1 À 90 0 from which FT1 0:35 kN. Then, because FT2 0:990FT 1 , we have FT2 0:34 kN: CHAP.
Fig. 4-4 CHAP. 5 EQUILIBRIUM UNDER THE ACTION OF CONCURRENT FORCES 51 Each of the objects in Fig. 4-5 is in equilibrium. Find the normal force FN in each case. Fig. 4-5 We apply Æ Fy 0 in each case. 5, ®nd the coecient of kinetic friction if the object is moving with constant speed. Round o your answers to two signi®cant ®gures. 5. To ®nd Ff , the sliding-friction force, we use Æ Fx 0. 7 (a) We have 200 cos 30:08 À Ff 0 so that Ff 173 N. Then, k Ff =FN 173=400 0:43: (b) We have 200 cos 30:08 À Ff 0 so that Ff 173 N.
54 A ball is thrown straight upward with a speed v frompa point h meters above the ground. Show that the time taken for the ball to strike the ground is v=g1 1 2hg=v2 : Chapter 3 Newton's Laws THE MASS of an object is a measure of the inertia of the object. Inertia is the tendency of a body at rest to remain at rest, and of a body in motion to continue moving with unchanged velocity. For several centuries, physicists have found it useful to think of mass as a representation of the amount of or quantity-of-matter.
Schaum's Outline of College Physics (9th Edition) (Schaum's Outlines Series) by Eugene Hecht, Frederick J. Bueche