# What minimum horizontal force F is needed to pull a wheel

## Problem 59GP Chapter 9

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Problem 59GP

What minimum horizontal force F is needed to pull a wheel of radius R and mass M over a step of height h as shown in Fig. 9–72 (R > h)? (a) Assume the force is applied at the top edge as shown. (b) Assume the force is applied instead at the wheel’s center.

FIGURE 9–72

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