7. Below is a diagram of a baseball/forearm system at rest. It is acted on by four different forces: the weight of the forearm, the weight of the baseball, the bicep force, and a force from the upper arm bone (attached at the elbow). (Use the following values: L = 14 cm, d = 2 cm, M = 3 kg, and m = 2 kg.) How large is the force exerted by the bicep? Diagram: http://www.webassign.net/userimages/ikoskelo@sfsu/bicep.jpg I'm thinking that the torque of the forearm + the torque of the baseball combined are going to equal the negative of the torque provided by the bicep. Is this the right way to do this? And if so, I know how to figure out the torque from the baseball because I know it's distance. But how about the torque of the forearm? What is its distance? Can I just use average distance by dividing it by 2? Thank you.