N4T.3Suppose an object is suspended from strings asshown in the diagram below.Ceiling60°String B30°String AString CConnectingring(a) Which exerts the largest force on the connecting ring?(b) Which exerts the smallest force on that ring?(Hint: Draw a free-body diagram of the ring.)A. String AB. String BC. String C

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Please show me how to draw the free body diagram as well.

N4T.3
Suppose an object is suspended from strings as
shown in the diagram below.
Ceiling
60°
String B
30°
String A
String C
Connecting
ring
(a) Which exerts the largest force on the connecting ring?
(b) Which exerts the smallest force on that ring?
(Hint: Draw a free-body diagram of the ring.)
A. String A
B. String B
C. String C
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N4T.3 Suppose an object is suspended from strings as shown in the diagram below. Ceiling 60° String B 30° String A String C Connecting ring (a) Which exerts the largest force on the connecting ring? (b) Which exerts the smallest force on that ring? (Hint: Draw a free-body diagram of the ring.) A. String A B. String B C. String C

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Free body diagram of the ring TA COs (60) Tglosto) 30 TA TB 60* TaSinso) TA Sin(bo) Tc Assume, TA, TB, and Tc be the tension in the respective strings A, B and C.

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From the eguilbrfum Cond tfom Condl otfon Zhet -TASinL6o)7To Sinl3o) TA=T Sinl) Sin(60) TA (1)

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from the eguiObfum Cond ton Fnes,Y TA COAL60)T aso)-Te Ta (-Te= Substute the value of Ta from euatfon C) TA () TA)TA -Te= Ta= (2)

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