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Help with resolving along a plane

  1. Oct 3, 2004 #1
    Hi i have a problem withresolving along a plane, i have a pipe inclined at theta degrees to the horizontal thet is being held in position by two pipes, one that is positioned a from its weight under the pipe and one that is positioned b from the weight on top of the pipe. i have taken moments about the pipe that is located over the pipe and found an expression for its normal reaction force but no i need to resolve along the plane and have no mass moving along the plane so i don't know what kind of distances i need to include in my equation??? If anyone could advise me on this the help would be greatly apprieciated
     
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  3. Oct 3, 2004 #2

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    This question, as stated, makes no sense at all. How about copying the problem exactly as it was given?
     
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