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i know what the normal force of the 19 kg box. i am having problem setting these kind of problems.

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i know what the normal force of the 19 kg box. i am having problem setting these kind of problems.

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What is the normal force on the 19 kg box with the 10 kg box sitting on top?

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Would it the normal force of the two boxes or together?

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These types of problems are best analyzed by drawing free body diagrams of the boxes and applying the known forces to them. Once that is accomplished, the equations of equilibrium can be written and solved.

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These types of problems are best analyzed by drawing free body diagrams of the boxes and applying the known forces to them. Once that is accomplished, the equations of equilibrium can be written and solved.

so mg would be downward on both of the boxes and the normal force would be upward for both right?

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so would the normal force being exerted be 98.0N?

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so would the normal force being exerted be 98.0N?

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