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1001

Draw
a 7 inch by 3.5 inch rectangular block and illustrate a 30 pound
force vector at 15 degrees above the Xaxis and a 20 pound force
vector at 30 degrees below the Xaxis. Add one force vector onto
the other to compute the Resultant. Measure the magnitude and
direction of the Resultant. Save the drawing as Adding Vectors.dwg



1002

Draw
a 7 inch by 3.5 inch rectangular block and illustrate a 32 pound
force vector at 45 degrees above the Xaxis, a 25 pound force
vector at 10 degrees above the Xaxis and a 17.5 pound force vector
at 40 degrees below the Xaxis. Add one force vector onto the
other to compute the Resultant. Measure the magnitude and direction
of the Resultant. Save the drawing as Adding Vectors 2.dwg



1003

Draw
a 7 inch by 3.5 inch rectangular block and illustrate a 22.75
pound force vector at 15.95 degrees above the Xaxis, a 23.25
pound force vector at 12.4 degrees below the Xaxis and a 7.5
pound force vector at 180 degrees around the Xaxis. Add one force
vector onto the other to compute the Resultant. Measure the magnitude
and direction of the Resultant. Save the drawing as Adding Vectors
3.dwg



1004

Draw
a 7 inch by 3.5 inch by 1.5 inch solid block and illustrate a
22.25 pound force vector at 45 degrees above the Xaxis and a
30 pound force vector at 12.5 degrees below the Xaxis. Add one
more vector of 21 pounds force at 45 degrees above the XYplane.
Measure the magnitude and direction of the Resultant. Save the
drawing as Adding 3D Vectors.dwg



1005

Draw
a 7 inch by 3.5 inch rectangular block and illustrate a 28.75 pound
force vector at 33.99 degrees above the Xaxis, a 23.25 pound force
vector at 19.90 degrees below the Xaxis and a 12.00 pound force
vector at 180 degrees around the Xaxis. Add one force vector onto
the other to compute the Resultant. Measure the magnitude and direction
of the Resultant. Save the drawing as Adding Vectors 5.dwg



1006

Draw
a 7 inch by 3.5 inch rectangular block and illustrate a 30.88
pound force vector at 40.49 degrees above the Xaxis, a 22.87
pound force vector at 39.48 degrees below the Xaxis and a 19.20
pound force vector at 150 degrees around the Xaxis. Add one force
vector onto the other to compute the Resultant. Measure the magnitude
and direction of the Resultant. Save the drawing as Adding Vectors
6.dwg



1007

Draw
a 7 inch by 3.5 inch by 1.5 inch solid block and illustrate a
31.50 pound force vector at 53.90 degrees above the Xaxis and
a 21.50 pound force vector at 27.50 degrees below the Xaxis.
Add one more vector of 27.55 pounds force at 52.50 degrees above
the XYplane. Measure the magnitude and direction of the Resultant.
Save the drawing as Adding 3D Vectors 2.dwg



1008

Draw
a solid can containing a solid cylinder representing the amount
of sand within. Illustrate a 2.0pound force vector at 90 degrees
above the XY plane and a 2.0pound force vector at 90 degrees
below the XY plane. Save the drawing as Equilibrium Problem 1.dwg



1009

Draw
a solid can containing a solid cylinder representing the amount
of sand within. Illustrate a 2.0pound force vector at 90 degrees
below the XY plane and two counteracting force vectors at 30 degrees
above the XY plane. Determine the size of the two force vectors
at 30 degrees above the XY plane. Save the drawing as Equilibrium
Problem 2.dwg



1010

Draw a solid can containing a solid cylinder
representing the amount of sand within. Illustrate a 2.0pound
force vector at 90 degrees below the XY plane and two counteracting
force vectors at 20 degrees above the XY plane. Determine the
size of the two force vectors at 20 degrees above the XY plane.
Save the drawing as Equilibrium Problem 3.dwg



1011

Draw
a solid board that is 0.5 inch by 3.5 inch by 24.0 inch. Illustrate
a 2.0pound force vector at 90 degrees below the XY plane that
is 8.0 inches from the rotation point. Illustrate a 2.0pound
force vector at 90 degrees below the XY plane that is 12.0 inches
from the rotation point on the opposite side of the first force
vector. Determine the size of the second force vector by using
the formula M = Fs. Save the drawing as Equilibrium Problem 4.dwg










