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Static Problem

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  1. spndsh
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    see attached

  2. LeeYeongKyu
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    Do you know the condition of the static state??

  3. spndsh
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    It's in equilibrium

  4. LeeYeongKyu
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    i misunderstood that question. do you know how to decompose the vector??

  5. LeeYeongKyu
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    i will attach file.

  6. Vincent-Lyon.Fr
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    Strange geometry! You have to resolve the vectors (using the dimensions provided) then add up their components.

  7. LeeYeongKyu
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    i tried to attach file. but my phone camera has a problem. so i will just note you that first add two tension in vector interpetation and find angle between two vector than you can find answer (use parallelogram)

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