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Homework Help: Physics

Posted by Kallie on Saturday, June 9, 2012 at 12:06pm.

The mass of the sign shown is 28.5 kg. Find the weight supported by (a) the left support and (b) the right support.

Between the left and right support is 0.900m and from the right support to the end of the sign is 0.300m.

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| | --------> (0.900m)|| --->(0.300m)

I got answers: a. 111.1 and b. 186.2 but I'm not sure if they're correct. Can someone please help?

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