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Physics Question

grantedingrantedin 169 replies24 threads Junior Member
edited September 2007 in AP Tests Preparation
Will you help me with #7 on page 10 from the link below?

http://lrt.ednet.ns.ca/corr_studies/pdf/sample_lessons/Grade_12/Physics_12.pdf
edited September 2007
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  • YanksDolphinsYanksDolphins 1052 replies16 threads Senior Member
    I hope this method is correct:
    There are 3 forces on the sign, gravity, A, and B. The sign will have to be in equilibrium so we want the the net force to be 0 and all the forces to balance out. Instead of using the 30 degree angle, instead use it's complement of 60. The y-component of the tension is just the weight. We know that Ty = T sin 60 so we can easily solve for the tension of A, 500sqrt3. Applying the Pythagorean theorem, we can solve for Tx, which is 433 N. This should also be the tension in B as well. So 433 N. If I'm wrong, hopefully someone can correct it.
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  • It'sGr82BeAGatorIt'sGr82BeAGator 474 replies39 threads Member
    Yeah, that's right
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  • grantedingrantedin 169 replies24 threads Junior Member
    Thank you so much for your help. I am taking physics as a junior. AP Physics is not offered at my school. Prerequisite for this class is Honors Algebra 2.
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