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Let us go through some technical terms regarding force. Concurrent forcse: the forces acting or meeting in a single point of action is said to be concurrent force. Resolution of forces is generally carried out on two mutually perpendicular componenet i. Analytical resolution of force into vertical and horizontal component.
Similarly, the same force has it effect on the vertical component plane which is mutually perpendicular to the horizontal plane. According to this law if there are three forces acting over a body which is in equilibrium.
The value or distance is calculated and then converted into Newton by multiplying the scale taken for drawing. According to this theorem, when three coplanar, concurrent and non-co-linear forces act on a body which is in equilibrium then the magnitude of each force is proportional to the sine of angle between other two forces.
This theorem can be proved by the sine law. Ans-when three coplanar, concurrent and non-co-linear forces act on a body which is in equilibrium then the magnitude of each force is proportional to the sine of angle between other two forces. Q- Into how many component a force can be ressolve? Ans- One can rsolve the force into two of its component i. Q- Solve the following diagram by resolution of forces method. Ans- the tension in the string due to the weight W is same at point c i.
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According to this theorem, when three coplanar, concurrent and non-co-linear forces act on a body which is in symmetry then the magnitude of each force is proportional to the sine of the angle between the other two forces. The pulleys should move freely without any friction. A light string is made to pass over both the pulleys. Two slotted weights P and Q of the order of 50 g are taken and are tied to the two free ends of the string. Another short string is tied to the center of the first string at O. A third slotted weight R is attached to the free end of the short string. The weights P, Q, and R are adjusted such that the system is at rest.