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Hi,

I did this question one way and realized my answer was totally wrong. Was wondering if anyone knew a possible solution for this problem.

1. The leg is in the cast in the diagram shown below weight 220N(w1). The leg is held in traction by two weights (w2 and w3) attached to stings and applied as shown in order that there be no force exerted on the hip joint J by the leg in the cast. (In other words, the leg is in translational equilibrium). Weight W3 is 110 N. Calculate the numerical values of w2 and the angle a.

I am sorry the drawing looks so bad but that was the best I could do using paint.

Thanks

I did this question one way and realized my answer was totally wrong. Was wondering if anyone knew a possible solution for this problem.

1. The leg is in the cast in the diagram shown below weight 220N(w1). The leg is held in traction by two weights (w2 and w3) attached to stings and applied as shown in order that there be no force exerted on the hip joint J by the leg in the cast. (In other words, the leg is in translational equilibrium). Weight W3 is 110 N. Calculate the numerical values of w2 and the angle a.

I am sorry the drawing looks so bad but that was the best I could do using paint.

Thanks