The blanket toss is a centuries-old hunting technique that the Inuit used to find herds of caribou. During the toss, several people would hold a hide taut while the hunter would jump up and down, much like on a trampoline. At the top of the jump, the hunter would rotate 360 degrees looking for the herd. Draw a free-body diagram for a hunter of weight 700 N [down] while at the maximum jump height.
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The Attempt at a Solution
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