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I don't even know how to start this one.

If anyone can show me how to set this up I can solve the rest

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jtulibarri

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I don't even know how to start this one.

If anyone can show me how to set this up I can solve the rest

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learningphysics

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The measurement the scale reads, is the magnitude of the normal force that the scale exerts...

You can find one of these forces using net torque about the appropriate point = 0...

Then the other force can also be obtained using torque... or using sum of forces in y-direction = 0.

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