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Hello All,
This problem comes from the book: Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamic.
I actually have the answer attached, but I am looking for some help understanding it.
From a noncalculus perspective, I can put the equation into this form with the position (z) left as a variable.
F = [ 7800  360*(z/2) ] * [[tex]\pi[/tex]*(0.25^2)] * [9.78]
But I am having real trouble understanding how to solve for z.
Thanks in advance.
This problem comes from the book: Fundamentals of Engineering Thermodynamic.
I actually have the answer attached, but I am looking for some help understanding it.
From a noncalculus perspective, I can put the equation into this form with the position (z) left as a variable.
F = [ 7800  360*(z/2) ] * [[tex]\pi[/tex]*(0.25^2)] * [9.78]
But I am having real trouble understanding how to solve for z.
Thanks in advance.
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