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Class Management | Help HW Ch 9.1 9.3 Begin Date: 9/17/2021 12:01:00 AM - Due Date: 9/29/2021 11:59:00 PM End Date: 12/17/2021 1

Class Management | Help
HW Ch 9.1 9.3 Begin Date: 9/17/2021 12:01:00 AM - Due Date: 9/29/2021 11:59:00 PM End Date: 12/17/2021 11:59:00 PM
(17%) Problem 6: A fisherman has caught a fish on his pole, and to keep the pole steady he has to apply
an upward force of F2 - 270 N at an angle of 69.50 with respect to the pole (see figure). The length of his
pole is 4.4 m, and he is holding it a distance 0.75 m from the end, where he is applying a downward force
FL
1 F2
ta
Randomized Variables
ignment Status
F) = 270N
= 69.5°
L = 4.4 m
d-0.75 m
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A 50% Part (a) With how much force, F1, in newtons, does he have to push straight downward on the end of his pole to keep the pole from moving? You
may assume the pole is massless.
Grade Summary
Deductions 096
Potential 100%
sin() cos tan AC7 8 9
Submissions
cotan asino acos E
4
6
Attempts remaining 20
atano
acotan) sinh
(per attempt)
1 2 3
detailed view
cosho tanho cotanho
0
Degrees O Radians
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Class Management | Help HW Ch 9.1 9.3 Begin Date: 9/17/2021 12:01:00 AM - Due Date: 9/29/2021 11:59:00 PM End Date: 12/17/2021 11:59:00 PM (17%) Problem 6: A fisherman has caught a fish on his pole, and to keep the pole steady he has to apply an upward force of F2 - 270 N at an angle of 69.50 with respect to the pole (see figure). The length of his pole is 4.4 m, and he is holding it a distance 0.75 m from the end, where he is applying a downward force FL 1 F2 ta Randomized Variables ignment Status F) = 270N = 69.5° L = 4.4 m d-0.75 m Click here for detailed view F Otheexpertta.com blem Status 1 Completed 2 Completed 3 Partial Completed $ Completed 5 A 50% Part (a) With how much force, F1, in newtons, does he have to push straight downward on the end of his pole to keep the pole from moving? You may assume the pole is massless. Grade Summary Deductions 096 Potential 100% sin() cos tan AC7 8 9 Submissions cotan asino acos E 4 6 Attempts remaining 20 atano acotan) sinh (per attempt) 1 2 3 detailed view cosho tanho cotanho 0 Degrees O Radians VOTACKSACCHAR + Submit Hint Poothach I give up! Hints: 09. deduction per hint. Hints remaining 2 Feedback: 09 deduction per feedback