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Homework Help: Physics

Posted by name on Monday, April 7, 2014 at 9:52am.

You are given a four-wheeled cart of mass 11 kg, where the distance between a wheel and its nearest neighbors is 2.1 m. Suppose we load this cart with a crate of mass 109 kg, where the crate's center of mass is located in the back-middle of the cart, 0.525 m from its center.
a) Find the weight on the nearer wheels of the cart under this load.
b) Find the weight on the farther wheels of the cart under this load.

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