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Chapter 2.5, Problem 43PS

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Force An 8.0-pound weight is lying on a sit-up bench at the gym. If the bench is inclined at an angle of 15*°,* there are three forces acting on the weight, as shown in Figure 22. N is called the normal force and it acts in the direction perpendicular to the bench. F is the force due to friction that holds the weight on the bench. If the light does not move, then the sum of these three forces is 0. Find the magnitude of N and the magnitude of F.

Figure 22

To determine

**To find:**

The magnitude of both N and F in the given diagram if the weight does not move and thus the sum of the three forces is zero.

**Given information:**

An 8 pound weight is lying on a sit-up bench at the gym. If the bench is inclined at an angle of

**Sketch:**

Now for the given information in the question let’s sketch the following diagram;

**Calculation:**

Now from the diagram the magnitude of the normal force N and force of friction can be calculated as follows;

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