1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A fresh water storage tank in a factory is shown in the figure above. Its top side is denoted as C, the narrow side as B and the long side as A. In order to allow regular maintenance and cleaning side A is hinged at its bottom edge and secured using a heavy-duty clasp at its top edge. L = 1.25m, H = 0.6m & W = 0.5m Side a has a length of 1.25m and a height of 0.6m (Assume the density of fresh water is 1000 kg/m3 and the acceleration due to gravity is 9.81 m/s2) a) Draw a side on view of side A (looking along arrow D) and show the size of the two forces acting on the tank side and how high they are located from the bottom of the tank 2. Relevant equations Resultant Force = Equilibrium Force in opposite direction 3. The attempt at a solution I've calculated the water thrust force to be 2207.25 Newtons and it's height to be 0.4m meters from the top of the box. I am correct in assuming that water thrust force is the resultant force? and the second force being the equilibrium force?