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The 10-lb bar AE is suspended by a cable that passes over a 5-in.-radius drum. Vertical

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Problem 8.128

The 10-lb bar AE is suspended by a cable that passes over a 5-in.-radius drum. Vertical motion of end E of the bar is prevented by the two stops shown. Knowing that 0.30 s = between the cable and the drum, determine (a) the largest counterclockwise couple 0 M that can be applied to the drum if slipping is not to occur, (b) the corresponding force exerted on end E of the bar.

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Day 10­Binary ­Base ten numbers are decimal numbers ­Binary numbers are base 10 (only 1 and 0, on or off.) ­every binary has a unique decimal value and vice versa ­decimal numbers only have digits from 0­9, and they don’t have to have a decimal in them (ex.33, 493, 39393) ­example, how to get the decimal number 15 is (1x10^1)+(5x10^0) ­the value of a binary number and decimal number are different. If you see a number of only ones or zeroes, you have to be told whether it is decimal or binary ­check the lecture slides for this day Day 11 ­ a breakpoint is a red point that stops to check what is happening ­the for loop is used when you want the calculations to be performed a certain number of times ­the first statement is how many times the statement will be executed

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Textbook: Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics
Edition: 10
Author: Ferdinand Beer, E. Russell Johnston Jr., David Mazurek
ISBN: 9780077402280

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