Posted by **jeff** on Sunday, December 7, 2008 at 8:13pm.

A bench is made of a 3 meter long plank with a mass of 12kg and 2 sawhorses(each 0.2m from an end).There are two boxes on the bench. A 15kg box is 0.8 meter from the left hand side. A second box is 0.5 m from the right hand side. What would the mass of the second box have to be for the normal force exerted by the right sawhorse to be 3 times larger than that exerter by the left sawhorse?

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