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X Y 1. Forces Table/Ramp Earth Fe on b Fe on b x Fe on b y Ft on b Fx = Fe on b x Fy = Fe on by + Ft on b
X Y 2. Forces Table/Ramp Earth Friction Fe on b F e on bx F e on by F t on b F x =F e on bx + F fr on b F y =F e on by + F t on b F fr on b
3. Forces String 1 (Top) String 2 (Side) Earth Fe on b F s1 on by F s1 on bx F s1 on b F s2 on b F x =F s1 on bx + F s2 on b F y =F e on b + F s1 on by y x
4. Forces String 1 (Left) String 2 (Right) Earth Fe on b F s1 on by F s1 on bx F s1 on b F s2 on bx F x =F s1 on bx + F s2 on bx F y =F e on b + F s1 on by + F s2 on by y x F s2 on b F s2 on by
X Y 5. Forces Board Earth String Fe on b F e on bx F e on by F b on b F x =F e on bx + F s on b F y =F e on by + F b on b F s on b
X Y 6. Forces Table Earth Shelf Fe on b F e on bx F e on by F t on b F x =F e on bx + F s on b F y =F e on by + F t on b F s on b
7. Forces Handle Earth Ground Friction(?) Fe on b F h on by F h on bx F h on b F fr on b F x =F h on bx + F fr on b F y =F e on b + F g on b + F h on by y x F g on b
8. Forces Handle Earth Table Friction(?) Fe on b F h on by F h on bx F h on b F fr on b F x =F h on bx + F fr on b F y =F e on b + F h on by + F t on by y x Ft on b
9. Forces Earth Fe on b F x =0 F y =F e on b y x
10. Picture from problem #2 would produce this force diagram.
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