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Giancoli 7th Edition, Chapter 4, Problem 62


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Recent Comments

Hello. Sr. If I decompose in Ax and Ay y got different result can you tell me why. Please.

Why not start (a) with Torque equation 245Nd=735N(9-d) and d= distance between child and pivot. Then solve for d is easy. Pivot is 6.75 m away from child. That approach is simpler than what is shown.

Hello why E of S is the same if I said S of E

Can y explain the part B and B because I don't understand why change the direction. Please.

No need to apologize ljn8, we all make mistakes.

Mr. Dychko