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4th Edition

Andrew Pytel And Jaan Kiusalaas

Publisher: CENGAGE L

ISBN: 9781305501607

Chapter 6, Problem 6.80P

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The cable carrying 60-lb loads at *B* and *C* is held in the position shown by the horizontal force *P* = 80 lb applied at *A*. Determine h and the forces in segments *BC* and *CD*.

To determine

h and the forces in segments BC and CD.

**Given information:**

A cable carrying 60 lb loads at B and C in the position shown in figure P6.80 by the horizontal force

**Calculations:**

FBD of joint B:

FBD of joint C:

International Edition---engineering Mechanics: Statics, 4th Edition

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