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21.5=-117N

6. Applications

Summation of Fy:

1. 1. State the first condition for Fy1+Fy2+Fy3=10.2-

equilibrium. If a body is in 10.2+44.0=44.0N

equilibrium, are there no forces

acting on it? Resultant:

F=sqrt(117^2+44^2)=125N

The first condition of angle:

equilibrium states that the theta=inverse tan(44/117)=20.6

vector sum of all the forces degrees.

acting on that body must be

zero for a body to be So the the force pulling on the

in equilibrium. If a body is in leg will be 125N at an angle of

equilibrium, it is not necessary 20.6N above the horizontal.

that there are no forces acting

on it but there could be several 3. What happens to the center of

forces acted upon it, however, gravity of a person under the

are balanced thats why the following situations? a.) His

body is said to be in upper right extremity is

equilibrium. amputated. b.) He carries all his

books using the right arm only.

2. The Russell traction system

shown below is used for a a. When his upper right

fractured femur. Identify the extremity is amputated the

forces acting on the femur. If center of gravity of a person

the weight hang is 5.0 kg, find will shift to the left a little bit

the force needed to immobilize and slightly downward.

the femur. What will supply the

force? b. When he carries all his books

using the right arm only then

The tension T in the cable is: center of gravity will shift

T=m*g=5*9.8=49N slightly up and right.

F1: 49N at 12 degrees NW: could determine your center of

Fx1=-49*cos(12)=-47.9N and gravity.

Fy1=49*sin(12)=10.2N

Balancing Act: a person could

F2: 49N at 12 degrees SW: recline on a piece of wood in

Fx2=-49*cos(12)=-49.7N and two directions: parallel and

Fy2=-49*sin(12)=-10.2N perpendicular to the board.

With either measurement, the

F3: 49N at 26 degrees WN: person would move from one

Fx3=-49*sin(26)=-21.5N and side to the next. The point

Fy3=49*cos(26)=44.0N where the body is in

equilibrium, in each axis,

Summation of Fx: would be the center. The axes

will meet at a point, and that

point will be the center of

gravity.

of gravity tend to be lower than

mens. Can you explain why?

tends to be lower than the

mens because of the skeletal

structure. Women have a bigger

pelvis area because they will

need the extra support when the

time that they become

pregnant, and their bodies will

be supporting a baby. This

makes the center of gravity of

women slightly lower because

more of their body mass is

concentrated at the lower

portion of their body.

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