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Problem 10.111

A homogeneous hemisphere of radius r is placed on an incline as shown. Assuming that friction is sufficient to prevent slipping between the hemisphere and the incline, determine the angle corresponding to equilibrium when 10 . =

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

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Solved: A homogeneous hemisphere of radius r is placed on an incline as shown. Assuming