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Calculate the moment if you were to hold a 15lb bowling ball with your arm straight out and your forearm perpendicular to your body. What is the pinnned connection

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    The moment (about the shoulder) is the weight times the arm length from the ball to your shoulder

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    Would that make the shoulder the pinned connection?

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    The hinge is at the shoulder all right.

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    Thank you (:

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