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Andrew Pytel And Jaan Kiusalaas

Publisher: CENGAGE L

ISBN: 9781305501607

Chapter 6, Problem 6.85P

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Cable *ABC* of length 5 m supports the force *W* at *B*. Determine (a) the angles
*W*.

To determine

**(a)**

The angles

**Given information:**

Length of cable ABC is 5 m.

A force W is supported at point B.

**Calculations:**

From geometry

Substituting Eq. (b) in the trigonometric identity:

Substituting in Eq

To determine

**(b)**

The force in each cable segment in terms of W.

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

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