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Posted by cinthia on Saturday, May 14, 2011 at 6:08am.

a person holds a 5 kg mass in his hand. the forearm is held 45 degrees below the horizonal. the biceps muscle isa attached 5cm from the elbow ad th eight is held 35 cm from the elbow. neglecting mass of the forearm find the tension in the bicep muscle.

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