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1) (4 Points)
Two forces are acting at a point as shown. The resultant is known to be 5000 N.
What is the magnitude of F1
a. 2100 N
b. 3900 N
C. 5700 N
d. 6300 N
2) (4 Points)
What is the moment of the force about B for the system shown?
3) (4 Points)
The reaction at B is closest to:
b. 424 N
C. 740 N
d. 930 N
4) (4 Points)
The reaction at A is closest to:
a. 8450 N
b. 7280 N
C. 9330 N
d. 3540 N
(4 stool shown weighs 30 lbs and has a diameter of 18 inches. It is supported each leg
The by three legs spaced equally around the edge. The upward reaction on
b. 20 lbs
C. 30 lbs
6) Two cables are tied together at C and are loaded as shown. Determine the
tension in cable AC.
a. 3500 N
b. 1735 N
C. 1962 N
d. 2129 N
Replace Points) the loading for the beam shown with an equivalent force-couple system
at end A. Show on a diagram
8) (6 Points)
Determine the location of the centroid for the area shown.
9) (8 points)
The coefficients of friction are s = 0.5 and k = 0.4 between all surfaces of
contact. The contact area between the blocks is 500mm² and between the lower
block and the floor is 1000mm². Determine the smallest force P required to start
the 50 kg block moving.
10) (14 points)
Determine the forces in members CD and DF of the truss shown. State if the
member is in tension or compression.
4 panels @ 2.4 m = 9.6 m
11) (14 points)
Determine the moment of inertia of the shaded area about the x-axis.
For the beam and loading shown, draw the shear and bending-moment
12) (14 points)
diagrams. Include X dimension of maximum moment and value of maximum
20 kN. m
13) (14 points) for the shaded region the area and moment = of inertia d2 with = 15 respect mm and to
the moments of inertia with respect to AA' and BB' are 7.84 X
Determine centroidal axis parallel to BB', knowing that di 25 mm and 106 mm4 and
that 5.20 the X 106 mm4, respectively. NOT DRAWN TO SCALE
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