## A force F of magnitude 79 N is applied to the gear. Determine the moment (positive if clockwise, negative if counterclockwise) of F about point O.

EXPERT ANSWER M = Fy*Cosθ*r = 79Cos12o*0.11 = 8.5 Nm

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## A force F of magnitude 79 N is applied to the gear. Determine the moment (positive if clockwise, negative if counterclockwise) of F about point O.

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## Calculate the most probable values for A and B in the equations below by method of least squares. Consider the observations to be of equal weight. Solve the problem using both algebraic approach and matrices and compare your results. (10pts)

EXPERT ANSWER M = Fy*Cosθ*r = 79Cos12o*0.11 = 8.5 Nm

EXPERT ANSWER Form 3*3 matrix from the given data.form demand matrix.change the values of demand matrix according to the changes in the problem.X=[(I-A)^-1]*D.

Two lines L1 having end points (3,4,7), (5,6,1) and L2 having end points (1,5,-2), (2,9,0). Determine either the lines are perpendicular to each other or not. Find out theintersection points.Draw the curve too EXPERT ANSWER

SHOW BOTH GRAPHICALLY AND ANALYTICALLY 1) | z-1 | = | z(conjugate) – 1 | 2) z= 2( z-1 ) ignore the second one EXPERT ANSWER

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