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Homework Help: applied physics

Posted by donna on Monday, April 22, 2013 at 8:05am.

a 5000lb truck is 20.0ft from one end of a 50.0ft bridge. a 4000lb car is 40.0ft from the same end. how much weight must each end of the bridge support?(neglect the weight of the bridge.)

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