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Fourteenth Edition Copyright ©2016 by Pearson Education. R. Inc. (© Russell C. 02_PH01 The parallelogram law must be used to determine the resultant of the two forces acting on the hook. . Hibbeler) Statics.C. Hibbeler All rights reserved.

02_PH02 Using the parallelogram law the supporting force F can be resolved into components acting along the u and v axes. Hibbeler) Statics. Hibbeler All rights reserved.C. (© Russell C. . Inc. Fourteenth Edition Copyright ©2016 by Pearson Education. R.

. y. z axes and first forming a position vector r along the length of the rope. Hibbeler All rights reserved. R. Fourteenth Edition Copyright ©2016 by Pearson Education. F = Fu. Inc. Then the corresponding unit vector u = r>r that defines the direction of both the rope and the force can be determined. Finally. Hibbeler) Statics. (© Russell C.C. the magnitude of the force is combined with its direction. 02_PH07 The force F acting along the rope can be represented as a Cartesian vector by establishing x.

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Hibbeler) Statics. R. Inc. Hibbeler All rights reserved. .C. Fourteenth Edition Copyright ©2016 by Pearson Education. (© Russell C. 02_PH03 The resultant force FR on the hook requires the addition of F1 + F2. then this resultant is added to F3.

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Inc. Fourteenth Edition Copyright ©2016 by Pearson Education.Un hombre tira de una cuerda con una fuerza de 70 lb. se debe bajar {-24 k} ft. R. Para ir de A a B.C. Represente esa fuerza como un vector y determine su dirección. Ese vector de desplazamiento r se representa como Y su magnitud representa la longitude de la cuerda AB El vector unitario que define su dirección es La fuerza F tiene magnitud 70 lb y dirección u Statics. Hibbeler All rights reserved. luego moverse a la izquierda {-8 j} ft y finalmente avanzar {12 i} ft. .