#o yolbese2. A 76.0-kg person is being pulled away from a burning building as shown in figure below.Calculate the tensions T1 and T2 in the rope if the person is momentarily motionless.183s.0enouvovse uigke iiedyeCnu cdud000 09:16vsd1 8S 0 1 A 33uibenabounsgruu apibas(ed a9 3 0oPBeto jog U0!.HOWGHS7197a: eur

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2. A 76.0-kg person is being pulled away from a burning building as shown in figure below.
Calculate the tensions T1 and T2 in the rope if the person is momentarily motionless.
18
3s.0
enouvovs
e uigke iiedyeCnu cdud
000 09:16vsd
1 8S 0 1 A 3
3uiben
abounsgru
u apibas
(ed a9 3 0
oP
Beto jog U0!
.HOWGH
S7197
a: eur
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#o yolbese 2. A 76.0-kg person is being pulled away from a burning building as shown in figure below. Calculate the tensions T1 and T2 in the rope if the person is momentarily motionless. 18 3s.0 enouvovs e uigke iiedyeCnu cdud 000 09:16vsd 1 8S 0 1 A 3 3uiben abounsgru u apibas (ed a9 3 0 oP Beto jog U0! .HOWGH S7197 a: eur

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Step 1

Using Newton’s second law of motion under equilibrium condition,

Т,
mg
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Т, mg

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Step 2

Along the horizontal axis,

Σ-0
T,cose T,sine
T sin
Т,
cos
T, sin 15
cos10°
0.2637
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Σ-0 T,cose T,sine T sin Т, cos T, sin 15 cos10° 0.2637

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Step 3

Along the vertic...

T, cos eT sin
= mg
[2]
T cose +(0.263)T, sin e, mg
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T, cos eT sin = mg [2] T cose +(0.263)T, sin e, mg

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