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# Moment (i'd like a confirmation on whether im right or not) watch

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Please check if i'm right or not. If im not, please correct me

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2. (Original post by Mme_Bonii)
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Please check if i'm right or not. If im not, please correct me

Thank you.

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It would help if we could read the question as well as the answer.
3. (Original post by uberteknik)
It would help if we could read the question as well as the answer.
Oh, I posted pictures of them. I thought you could see them?
4. (Original post by Mme_Bonii)
Oh, I posted pictures of them. I thought you could see them?
there is a yellow post it note, but sideways ?
5. (Original post by uberteknik)
It would help if we could read the question as well as the answer.

Answer: (i) C, as the force and distance are perpendicular. Thus full moment occurs.

(ii) A, angle between force and distance is 0 degrees, therefore no moment.

(iii) B, as the force and distance are between 0 and 90 degrees, therefore the moment will be between 0Nm and 5Nm.

Can you see the question?

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6. (Original post by the bear)
there is a yellow post it note, but sideways ?

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7. (Original post by Mme_Bonii)

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straight down = zero turning effect as the force passes through the pivot point.

at right angles = maximum turning effect

other angles = less turning effect
8. (Original post by the bear)
straight down = zero turning effect as the force passes through the pivot point.

at right angles = maximum turning effect

other angles = less turning effect
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9. +rep for posting the question. The answers are as the bear said.
10. (Original post by uberteknik)
+rep for posting the question. The answers are as the bear said.
Thank you !

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