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For the following computer problems, any appropriate software may be used. Input prompts should fully explain what is required of the user (the program should be user-friendly). The resulting output should be well labeled and self-explanatory.

6.25 Write a program that will solve Problem 6.36. User input is to be the angle of the inclined plane with the horizontal (not to exceed 90°), the weight of the block, and the coefficient of static friction.

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- Problem Solving: Solve the problem with complete solution in landscape orientation by placing it in a short coupon bond and avoid erasures. 1. The blocks shown are connected by flexible. inextensible cords passing over a frictionless pulleys. At A the coefficient of friction are fs = 0.30 and fk =0.20 while at B they are fs = 0.40 and fx =0.30. Compute the magnitude and direction of the friction force acting on each block. CUID 18 1 lupi 300 evenidos to sheq nobeng ella sit 200 bile owow 4900 OT YOU DEMISIA B
*arrow_forward*Look at the following arrangement. Block A is held at rest on the frictionless wedge B by a massless rope that passes over a massless and frictionless pulley attached to the ceiling. The wedge sits on a scale. The wedge is not anchored in any way to the scale, and it is initially held at rest by a hand in such a way that the rope on the left of the pulley is oriented vertically. a) What is the scale reading after letting go of the wedge gently until the wedge comes to rest? b) What is the orientation of the rope after letting go of the wedge gently until the wedge comes to rest? FIND & IN OTHER WORDS INITIALLY ROPE "PARALLEL TO WEDGE B NAL=0min NB₁=0 m/₂ 0 FINALLY /// B A ASSURE STILL PARALLEL TO WEDGE 0 идахоти somb NfB =*arrow_forward*(Solution Needed) 1. A block weighing 400 N is pulled along a level from at a constant speed by a rope which makes 40° with respect to the horizontal floor. What is coefficient of sliding friction if the force on the rope is 220 N? (Needs A solution)*arrow_forward* - 5. A force acting on a block causes it to slip , if the frictional force is equal to 66% of the max. friction force and the static coeff. of fric on is 0.3, the kinetic coeff. of friction is--- A. 0.25 B. 0.2 C. 0.45 D. 0.4
*arrow_forward*Consider a 14.5 kg rectangular block of length 0.40 m attached to a spring with a spring constant of 30.5 N/m. The coefficient of static friction between this block and the surface is 0.310.*arrow_forward*The block of weight W is pulled by the force P inclined at the angle to the horizontal. Find the smallest force P and the corresponding angle that would cause impending sliding of the block. The angle of static friction between the block and the ground is s.*arrow_forward* - The coefficients of friction between the block ana the rail are us= 0.25 and uk= 0.20. Given: P2 = 200 N. P1 350 P2 Find the magnitude and direction of the smallest force P1 required to start the block moving up the rail. (You must provide an answer before moving on to the next part.) The magnitude and direction of the smallest force P1 required to start the block moving up the rail is °. N v (Click to select)
*arrow_forward*The coefficient of static friction under the block a and b are the same. If the block is in the verge of sliding, find the tension at each chord. Assume that the pulley is frictionless.Recall [from Physics]:?? = ???Where:?? - is the frictional force?? - is the normal force? -coefficient of static frictiona. Determine the tensile force (lb) on the cable 1.b. Determine the tensile force (lb) on the cable 2. Plsss show complete handwritten solution. Thanksss!!*arrow_forward*Question 2 A car has a mass of 1.5 tons and a centre of gravity at point G. The coefficient of friction between the rear driving wheel and surface of road is 0.25. Whereas the front wheels are free to rotate. 325 mm 205 mm 140 mm 115 mm Figure 2: Various views of the car Demonstrate all forces acting on a car. Calculate the acceleration of the car. 2.1. 2.2.*arrow_forward* - Question 4 If the coefficient of friction between surfaces is 0.47, calculate the smallest force P required to keep the block from falling down .
*arrow_forward*A crate, which has a weight of W, is placed on an inclination. The force P is applied to prevent the crate from sliding down the inclination. a) Determine the minimum required force P, if the coefficient of static friction is u31. b) Determine the friction force (in magnitude) acting at the bottom of the crate if the force P=P1 and the coefficient of statie friction is µs1. c) Determine the minimum required force P, if the coefficient of static friction is u32. Use W=450 N, a=35°, us1=0.4, Hs2=0.75 and P=115 N. The minimum required force P in N is (if the coefficient of static friction is µs1) (round to the nearest integer): N The magnitude of friction in N is (if the force P-P, and the coefficient of static friction is u1) (round to the nearest integer): N The minimum required force P in N is (if the coefficient of static friction is µs2) (round to the nearest integer): N*arrow_forward*hello I was looking at this problem and I can't seem to figure out how to get the FBD's done I think I have the majority of it but I think I am missing somthing. my thought process for this was to find the two friction forces on block b which should be in opposition of force P*arrow_forward*

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- International Edition---engineering Mechanics: St...Mechanical EngineeringISBN:9781305501607Author:Andrew Pytel And Jaan KiusalaasPublisher:CENGAGE L