Impossible problem? [Varibles ONLY]

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In summary, the speaker is struggling with a problem and asks for help, but is reminded to provide some effort before receiving assistance. The suggestion is to create a free body diagram, which will likely lead to a solution.
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Ok this problem is driving me INSANE, I did the other 34 this is my last one and I just need help on it because my brain locks up with solid only variables. The problem is below. I would appreciate steps shown to get final answer.

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woox said:
Ok this problem is driving me INSANE, I did the other 34 this is my last one and I just need help on it because my brain locks up with solid only variables. The problem is below. I would appreciate steps shown to get final answer.

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Thank you for including the diagram, but some effort on your behalf is required before anyone here will help. No one is going to do the question for you.
 
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Any statics problem should begin with a free body diagram. Once that is done the solution usually comes easily. If you have done one you can post it for comments.
 

1. What is an impossible problem?

An impossible problem is a problem that cannot be solved due to its complexity or lack of available resources. It is a problem that is beyond the capabilities of current human knowledge and technology.

2. Can impossible problems be solved?

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3. What are some examples of impossible problems?

Examples of impossible problems include finding a cure for all types of cancer, achieving world peace, and creating a time machine. These problems have been deemed impossible due to the current limitations of science and technology.

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