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The 90-kg man, whose center of gravity is at G, is climbing a uniform ladder. The length of the ladder is 5 m, and its mass is 20 kg. Friction may be neglected.
(a) Compute the magnitudes of the reactions at A and B for x =1.5 m.
(b) Find the distance x for which the ladder will be ready to fall.

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