Figure Q2 shows a transmission tower of height 70 m, which are supported by three cables AB, AC and AD respectively. a. If each cable exerts a force of 2000 N determine the resultant force exerted at A due to the three cables. b. Assume that the cable AB exerts a force of 2000 N. Determine the magnitude of force exerted by the cables AC and AD if the components along the x and z axis vector sum forces are zero.

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Figure Q2 shows a transmission tower of height 70 m, which are supported by three cables
AB, AC and AD respectively.
a. If each cable exerts a force of 2000 N determine the resultant force exerted at A
due to the three cables.
b. Assume that the cable AB exerts a force of 2000 N. Determine the magnitude of
force exerted by the cables AC and AD if the components along the x and z axis
vector sum forces are zero.

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Figure Q2 shows a transmission tower of height 70 m, which are supported by three cables AB, AC and AD respectively. a. If each cable exerts a force of 2000 N determine the resultant force exerted at A due to the three cables. b. Assume that the cable AB exerts a force of 2000 N. Determine the magnitude of force exerted by the cables AC and AD if the components along the x and z axis vector sum forces are zero.

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