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Calculate the force, required of the "deltoid" muscle to hold up the outstretched arm shown in the figure . The total mass of the arm is 2.9 kg.

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asked by Cara
  1. Sorry. No figure, no answer.

    Do a torque balance. The answer will depend upon muscle angles and where they are attached.

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