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A person exerts a horizontal force of F = 179 N in the test apparatus shown in the drawing. (h = 0.35 m.) Find the horizontal force M that his flexor muscle exerts on his forearm. The distance between the fexor muscle and the elbow joinf is .051 m

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    Without a figure or drawing, it is not possible to understand. Sorry.

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    (179*.35)/.051=1228.4313

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