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1) a concrete block of mass M=15000kg is at rest on a dock.The coefficient of static friction between block and dock is us=0.90. A cable is used to lift a mooring anchor from the harbour as shown in figure... a) what is the maxium mass m of the anchor that can be held in position shown b) if m has its maximum value,what are the tensions T1 and T2

MIT 8.01 Physics I Classical Mechanics, Fall 1999
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can the tuger line go over the block , not to the dead head ? as that would put a lot less force on the block . #2 need the kg of your cable ? #3 is the center point fixed ? pix
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m=u*M/Cos(30)=0.90*M/COS(30) ???

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