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ISBN: 9781305501607
Chapter 2, Problem 2.77P
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The force system acting on the plate is equivalent to a single couple C. Determine.

Chapter 2, Problem 2.77P, The force system acting on the plate is equivalent to a single couple C. Determine.

To determine

The equivalent single couple C for the system.

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Given Information:

  

Concept used:

  Couple,C=Momentfromalltheforces.

  Takinganticlockwisemomentasapositivemoment

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