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Forces at equilibrium

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  1. bahrom7893
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    |dw:1348489516558:dw|

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    |dw:1348489858765:dw|

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    |dw:1348489726714:dw|

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    I'm not following the drawing..

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    @amistre64 do you?

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    it looks familiar, you are prolly trying to find the Rs to put the system in equilibrium.

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    think of a complicated seesaw

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  8. Miyuru
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    Yeah i trying to make it equilibrium

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    I need to find the r value

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    |dw:1348490479611:dw|

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    if i were to take a guess; r1 = -20 r2/.8 = 16(1) -20(.8) r2 = 16(.8) -20(.64) = 0 .... been too long

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    theres is some interplay between distance and force ....

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  13. Miyuru
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    For this we should find that the upward forces are equal to downward forces

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  14. Miyuru
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    This question is about moment M = Fd

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    http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/EquilibriumOfASuspendedMobile/ this looks pretty cool

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    yeah, its just to early for me to focus thru this :/ ill think on it and come backl later to see if theres any progress on it

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    Ahh ok Thnx for ypur help this too complicated for me too I'll be looking for an answer from u

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    This question is about rotation the clockwise and anti clockwise but bcauz of these forces it won't rotate and I have to find the R1 and R2 value

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    @Miyuru you'll have better luck getting help if you actually ask a question (don't forget to state it fully and clearly)

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    the net torque or couple on the system is zero.

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    equilibrium means the condition of balancd state or rest condition.in this case net force and torque on the system is zero.

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    |dw:1348513729666:dw|an idea i have, right or wrong, as to take an arbitrary fulcrum. And the left should equate to the right

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    -16(.9) + R1(.7) = -16(.1) + R2(.9) -14.4 + R1(.7) = -1.6 + R2(.9) R1(.7) = 12.8 + R2(.9) R1 = (12.8 + R2(.9)).7

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