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$\bullet$ You are asked to design the decorative mobile shown in Figure 10.69 . The strings and rods have negligible weight, and the rods are to hang horizontally. (a) Draw a free-body diagram for each rod. (b) Find the weights of the balls $A, B,$ and Find the tensions $S_{1}, S_{2},$ and $S_{3}$ in the strings. (c) What can you say about the horizontal location of the mobile's center of gravity? Explain.

a) See drawingb) $24 \mathrm{N}]$ 9 $\mathrm{N}$$= 8 \mathrm{N}$32 $\mathrm{N}$c) The center of gravity must be somewhere directly below $S_{1},$ otherwise the mobile would tilt.

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