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If you are holding a 20kg dumbbell straight out at arms length assuming your arm is .69 m long, what tourque is the dumbbell exerting on the shoulder?

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    Force (M*g) times lever arm length.

    20*9.8*0.69 = ___ Newton-meters

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    Thanks so much I couldn't figure it out.

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