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# Answer: Two rods are connected by a frictionless collar B. Knowing that the magnitude of

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Problem 6.138

Two rods are connected by a frictionless collar B. Knowing that the magnitude of the couple MA is 500 lb in., determine (a) the couple MC required for equilibrium, (b) the corresponding components of the reaction at C.

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