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4 m
-3 m
Prob. 5-70
5-73
journ
the E
broldes be
5-71. Determine the components of reaction at the ball-
and-socket joint A and the tension in each cable necessary
for equilibrium of the rod.
The
react
2 m
Ce
2 m
3 m
-3 m
3 m
600 N
Prob. 5-71
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Transcribed Image Text:4 m -3 m Prob. 5-70 5-73 journ the E broldes be 5-71. Determine the components of reaction at the ball- and-socket joint A and the tension in each cable necessary for equilibrium of the rod. The react 2 m Ce 2 m 3 m -3 m 3 m 600 N Prob. 5-71
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