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# Solve 4.118, assuming that the bearing at D is removed and that the bearing at C can ISBN: 9780077402280 491

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Problem 4.120

Solve 4.118, assuming that the bearing at D is removed and that the bearing at C can exert couples about axes parallel to the y and z axes. PROBLEM 4.118 The bent rod ABEF is supported by bearings at C and D and by wire AH. Knowing that portion AB of the rod is 250 mm long, determine (a) the tension in wire AH, (b) the reactions at C and D. Assume that the bearing at D does not exert any axial thrust.

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3.1.2 HYPOTHESIS TESTS 1) A statistical hypothesis is the claim that some population characteristic is equal to a certain value a. The null hypothesis (denoted by H ) is the hypothesis that is initially assumed to be true 0 b. The alternate hypothesis (denoted by H ) i1 the complementary to H , usu0lly the hypothesis that is wished to be tested. 2) Test procedure a. Created under the assumption of the null and then it is determined how likely that assumption is compared to the alternate i. Test statistic- a function of the sampled data ii. Rejection region/criteria- set of all test statistic values for w

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