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please I need help QUESTION FIVE [Total: 20 Marks) a. You came across a picture of...
please I need help QUESTION FOUR [Total: 20 Marks a. An exporter arrived with his goods at the Panama Canal; he was informed by the official manning the canal that the vessel carrying his goods would be towed along the canal. The rope that is used to tow the barge is inclined at 20° at the direction of the canal. The tension in the rope is 200N. i. Sketch the set-up narrated above. ii. Calculate the values of the rectangular...
I’ve solved problems 1-6 I just need help on problem 7 Three forces act on the anchor bolt connection shown below. The forces are concurrent at point A. Express all answers to three significant figures with the appropriate units F2 35 kN F3 10 kN Problem #1 Express force F1 in rectangular vector form. Take F-20 kN and θ,-50'. Problem#2 Express force F2 in rectangular vector form. Express force Fs in rectangular vector form. Determine the resultant force FR in...
please I need help Fig 1 AP[8 marks] b. Analyse the figure 2 below, determine the Reaction Forces RA and Rs and explain briefly your answers. AP [5 marks] 80KN 70KN 100KN 30KN sek RA 2m 2m 3m 3m 2m AP [5 marks] END OF QUESTION PAPER
Hi, I need the full worked solution for parts (ii) and (iii) of this question please :) The final answers to all parts are given below the questions. I do not need the solution to part (i). Thank you for your help! (Would greatly appreciate proper steps with clear handwriting thank you~) Question 5 A ladder of mass m may be modelled as a uniform rod of length a, stands on a rough horizontal surface at A and rests against...
Please show full working so I can learn to do it myself. Thank you! A tank with a curved cylindrical bottom, shown below in Figure 2, is completely filled with water of mass density 1000 kg/m3. a. Determine the horizontal and vertical components of the hydrostatic force on the curved cylindrical area ABCD. (4 marks) b. Calculate the magnitude and direction of the resultant force on the curved surface ABCD. (4 marks) c. Name the point through which this resultant...
please attempt both the parts otherwise you will be just wasting my question and I would be forced to give u thumbs down 8.(a) (a) Show that the horizontal thrust in the following two hinged arch shown is zero. CM Parabolic y L 2 Α, B L (b) Find H if the couple is acting at x = L 3 from A. [10 + 10 = 20 Marks] 8.(b) An inclined frame ACB carries a uniformly distributed load as shown...
uestion 6 20 marks You should be able to answer this question after studying Unit 5 A mountain rescue team is preparing to move a stretcher (with an injured climber) down a flat slope. The combined mass of the climber and stretcher is 110 kg, and the slope makes an angle of 15° with the horizontal. The stretcher is held at rest by a rope that makes an angle of 20° with the upward slope. The stretcher is on the...
need soon please! please show all work and units so I can follow along. 2. (20 pts) The current in the long straight wire at the top of the figure below carries a current of 11 = 5 A. The rectangular loop of wire also lies in the plane of the page and carries current 12 = 10 A. Both currents flow in the directions indicated on the diagram. 015 I a) (5 pts) Argue, using physical reasoning, why the...
i need help with question 3 and 4 please a gastate ldition of Vectors ime Taken:0:0 1:28Sulaiman Abdulwahab: Attempt 1 Question 3 (2 points) For the given three vectors that act at a point, <vec A and evec C> (10 N, 150°) (10 N, 0P: <vec B> (7.07 N, 459) State the x-component and the y-component of the equilibrant vector-vec R>-<vec A> + «vec B> + <vec C>, Express the each component to ONE decimal place. Hint: the equilibriant vector...
please help solve for what is asked in orobkems A-H and the free body diagrams as well. Will upvote if correct A B C D E F G H B 4 m 6 m 3 m 12 m 2 m F=80 N Determine the projected component of the force acting along the axis AB of the pipe. 60° A The 30kg pipe is supported at A by a system of five cords. Determine the force in each cord for equilibrium....