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Find the net torque on the wheel in the figure below about the axle through O perpendicular to the page, taking a = 11.0 cm and b = 23.0 cm. (Indicate the direction with the sign of your answer. Assume that the positive direction is counterclockwise.)

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  1. The torque produced by the 10 N force is
    τ = 10 •0.23 = 2.3 (N•m),
    The torque produced by the 9 N force is
    τ = 9 •0.23 = 2.07 (N•m),
    The torque produced by the 12 N force is
    τ = 12 •0.11 = - 1.32 (N•m)
    The total torque is
    τ =2.3 + 2.07 -1.32 = 3.5 (N•m).

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  2. difficult

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  3. Elena is right you all just need to change the sign to negative

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  4. Bro wtf it's been 7 years I don't think she needs your help anymore

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