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If you apply a force of magnitude 30 pounds at the end of an 8-inch-long wrench at an angle of $\frac{\pi}{6}$ to the wrench, find the magnitude of the torque applied to the bolt.

$10 f t-1 b s$

Calculus 3

Chapter 10

Vectors and the Geometry of Space

Section 4

The Cross Product

Vectors

Vector Calculus

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