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A stack of K-Rails, used for highway construction, are pulled along a ramp angled 35° to the ground with a force 11,780 N as shown below. What is the horizontal force required to pull the K-Rails? 6756.73 N 2053.78 N 8248.44 N 9649.61 N

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= 11,780 * cos 35
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you might have your calculator set in radians... change it to degree mode...
ok
is that a picture of you eating the pavement?
lol thats my uncle
lol
aw.. but it's cool...!
you've got an athletic uncle!
yea when he dont eat the pavement
8248.44n
i got 9649.61
cos 35 = 0.819152
you are correct
@mosaic there's this one too; Idk which one is the correct one? C or D?
D is correct.
So their work here is incorrect?
cwrw238 says: "i got 9649.61" which is the correct answer.

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