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can anyone help me solve this? http://img87.imageshack.us/img87/3971/questionlw2.jpg Related to Statics class, if I could atleast get the freebody diagram I could prob get the rest but kind of stuck on that. Anyone Have some ideas? Or the complete solution?
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for (a) all you need is the vector from a to b and the force vector at b

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can you explain further? what does the fbd look like?
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for the purposes of question (a) a free body diagram would only need to contain the point A, the point B, and an arrow at B at 60º above horizontal

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