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# Two bars AB and BC of negligible weight are attached to a single spring of constant k

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Problem 10.89

Two bars AB and BC of negligible weight are attached to a single spring of constant k that is unstretched when the bars are horizontal. Determine the range of values of the magnitude P of two equal and opposite forces P and P for which the equilibrium of the system is stable in the position shown.

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