INTERNATIONAL EDITION---Engineering Mechanics: Statics, 14th edition (SI unit)

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ISBN: 9780133918922

Author: Russell C. Hibbeler

Publisher: PEARSON

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Chapter 3.3, Problem 9P

Determine the maximum force **F** that can be supported in the position shown if each chain can support a maximum tension of 600 lb before it fails.

Prob. 3–9

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