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# The table shown weighs 30 lb and has a diameter of 4 ft. It is supported by three legs

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Problem 4.100

The table shown weighs 30 lb and has a diameter of 4 ft. It is supported by three legs equally spaced around the edge. A vertical load P of magnitude 100 lb is applied to the top of the table at D. Determine the maximum value of a if the table is not to tip over. Show, on a sketch, the area of the table over which P can act without tipping the table.

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