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1. How do I take moments about A to find the total moment? The answer is 9.34 Nm in the anti-clockwise direction but I can't get it
2. (Original post by selenacxoxo)

How do I take moments about A to find the total moment? The answer is 9.34 Nm in the anti-clockwise direction but I can't get it
Post a diagram and workings.
3. (Original post by selenacxoxo)
How do I take moments about A to find the total moment? The answer is 9.34 Nm in the anti-clockwise direction but I can't get it

4. What do I do now lol
(Please don't judge anything I've done horribly wrong)
5. (Original post by selenacxoxo)
What do I do now lol
(Please don't judge anything I've done horribly wrong)
You got the wrong PERPENDICULAR distance on some. Like the 9.3N force one, when it acts horizontally, the perp distance is 2.5. When it acts vertically, the perp distance is 1.6. Same idea for the 2.9N force.
6. (Original post by RDKGames)
You got the wrong PERPENDICULAR distance on some. Like the 9.3N force one, when it acts horizontally, the perp distance is 2.5. When it acts vertically, the perp distance is 1.6. Same idea for the 2.9N force.
Oh wow I'm stupid

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