1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The top view of a table, with weight Wt, is shown in the figure. (Figure 1) The table has lost the leg at (Lx, Ly), in the upper right corner of the diagram, and is in danger of tipping over. Company is about to arrive, so the host tries to stabilize the table by placing a heavy vase (represented by the green circle) of weight Wv at ( X, Y). Denote the magnitudes of the upward forces on the table due to the legs at (0, 0), (Lx, 0), and (0, Ly) as F0, Fx, and Fy, respectively. Find Fx, the magnitude of the upward force on the table due to the leg at (Lx, 0). Express the force in terms of Wv, Wt, X, Y, Lx, and/or Ly. Note that not all of these quantities may appear in the answer. http://session.masteringphysics.com/problemAsset/1010953/19/MFS_st_0_a.jpg 2. Relevant equations ƩTorque = 0 3. The attempt at a solution I have no idea where to begin. The hint says to "find the y-component of the torque", but I can't find torque cause I don't know where the pivot point (axis of rotation) is. Please do not answer the question for me, but rather help me understand what to do.