I have a question about moments a forces acting on a meter ruler. "A meter ruler of weight 1.0N is pivoted on a nail passing through a hole drilled at the 10cm mark. A weight of 3.0N is suspended at the 30cm mark. A Newton meter supports the ruler at the 90cm mark so that it is horizontal. a) use the principle of moments to calculate the magnitude of force T needed to keep the ruler horizontal. b)the newton meter is raised until the rule makes an angle A with the horizontal. Without doing any further calculations copare the magnitude of the force provided by the newton meter in this new positionwith the force T when the rule was horizontal. Explain your answer." For part a I had (0.2 x 3) + (0.4 x 1) = 0.8T to give T = 1.25N For part b I am confused. Intuitively I think the force should have increased but I'm not really sure why and since none of the distances have changed and the weights are the same I don't how it can have changed. Please help!