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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
can anyone show me what the free body diagram of this would look like? Thankyou 



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Apr1512, 12:31 PM

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well the question asks me to work out the mass of K




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free body diagram help
There are three forces acting at H. First there is a horizontal force acting toward point G. Second, there is a vertical force due to the weight of K. Third there is a force toward point N. The magnitude of the downward force is, of course, mg. The magnitude of the force toward N is the same as the weight of the mass at L. Decompose the force toward N into its horizontal and vertical components.



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