1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The two homogeneous bars AB and BC are connected with a pin at B and placed between rough vertical walls. If the coefficient of static friction between each bar and the wall is 0.4, determine the largest angle θ for which the assembly will remain at rest. http://screensnapr.com/e/vU9M3X.jpg [Broken] 2. Relevant equations summation of forces among horizontal summation of forces among vertical summation of forces - point 3. The attempt at a solution so i use the fbd of the whole body, and take summation of forces on x axis, and i got Na = Nc (normal at point a is equal to point c). then, i take summation of forces on y axis, so thats Fa - 6N -8N +Fb = 0 (where fa and fb are friction forces on a and b), and since fa = fb (their normals are equal), i use f = uN and yielded Na = 17.5 N. I then take summation of moments at point B( bar of A to B) and heres eqn (6)(300)(cos(x)) - 17.5 (600)(cos(x)) + 7(600)(sin(x)) = 0 and the value of angle is 64 degress. the book says 10 degress. Where did I go wrong?