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    Gravitational force



    How would i go about doing part b) on this question?

    Note: for part a) i got the equation for the forces in equilibrium to be:

    N + F + A + B + mg = 0

    EDIT: Solved
    Last edited by nugiboy; December 1st 2010 at 03:26 AM. Reason: Found solution
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    If you found the solution, I would do two things:

    1. Avoid editing any posts.
    2. Mark the thread as solved.

    That is the best way to handle it.
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