1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A)A ladder of weight 80N rests against a smooth wall at an angle of 29 degrees to the vertical with its end on a rough horizontal floor.If the ladder is in equillibrium calculate the reaction (magnitude and direction) of the ground and the wall. Bi)a man of weight 80N climbs to the top,determine the force reaction of the ground and the wall Bii)What is the minimum value for μ the coefficient of friction if the ladder does not slip. All the examples i look at involve a length for the ladder and a figure for μ. 2. Relevant equations the sum of all the forces in the x direction are equal to zero and likewise in the y direction. 3. The attempt at a solution I would have thought that it would just be a opposing the weight of the ladder so reaction at the floor would just be 80N in a upward direction and the reaction of the wall would be the force of friction μ to the right.