Mechanics 1: Statics of a particle help

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LowBathWater
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A quick query, in the statics of a particle"," section of M1 mechanics are there any really crucial concepts that aren't introduced in the previous chapter, "mechanics of a particle moving in a straight" line section bar the idea that resultant force equals 0?
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(Original post by LowBathWater)
A quick query, in the statics of a particle"," section of M1 mechanics are there any really crucial concepts that aren't introduced in the previous chapter, "mechanics of a particle moving in a straight" line section bar the idea that resultant force equals 0?
It's essentially the same as Chapter 3 expect it's static which means the particles are not moving so yes resultant force is 0.
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After having done this and M2, and 100 ums beasting in both, I wish to say to anyone who passes through this post in the future that, indeed, chapter 4 is, in terms of content, exactly the same as chapter 3. There are no further methods described in this chapter. Just a load of exercises where the resultant force is 0.
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