(A multiple part problem) Find the tension in the three wires that support a 10.2kg light fixture. Each wire forms 40° with the ceiling. Answer for top left wire. Find the tension in the three wires that support a 10.2kg light
A light fixture of mass 10.4 kg is suspended in the corner of a room by a combination of three wires, as shown in the diagram (below, left). If angle θ = 35.0 degrees, find the tension in each of the three wires.
That neighbor's pesky kid now has new missiles that make elastic collisions. He insists on throwing 25.0 g rocks at your new 2.25 kg light fixture hanging by a 26.0 cm wire from the ceiling of your porch. If each rock strikes the
A street lamp weighs 150 N. It is supported by two wires that form an angle of 140° with each other. The tensions in the wires are equal. (a) What is the tension in each wire? (b) If the angle between the wires is reduced to
A bag of cement of weight 325N hangs from wires as Shawn. Two of the wires make angels al=60 degrees a2=50 degrees with the horizontal. If the system is in equilibrium find the tension T1, T2 and T3 in the wires.
A 33kg traffic light hangs from a vertical beam by two wires. The wire on the left side of the light has an angle of 53 degrees to the beam and the right side wire has an angle of 37 degrees with the beam. Calculate the tension in
A sign with a mass of (24) kg is hanging in two wires both making an angle of (52) degrees with the vertical. Find the tension in one of the wires. Give your answer in newtons (N) and with 3 significant figures.
sam must paint his bedroom ceiling. the diagram below represents his bedroom ceiling and includes a circular light fixture with a diameter of 2 feet. a gallon of paint covers 16 square feet and costs $8.95. how much will sam have