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# Its a matching terms standard position sine hypotenuse eq

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It's a matching terms:

standard position
sine
hypotenuse
equilibrant force
total equilibrium
scalar
triangle
tangent
vector
conconcurrent forces
right triangle
consine
resultant force
tension
torque
pivot point
lever arm
rotational equilibrium
translation equilibrium

match with:

a) a force that works inward on the ends of an object.
b) the point about which rotation occurs
c) hypotenuse / opposite side
d) a shape with three angles and three sides
e) a stretching force that acts to pull outwards on the ends of an object
g) occurs when the net force on a system = 0
h) force x lever arm
i) the sides of a right triangle that is opposite of the right angles
j) occurs when the net torquoe on a system = 0
k) a quantity with magnitude only
l) a quantity with magnitude and direction
m) opposite side / adjacent side
o) opposite side / hypotenuse
p) forces that act on the same point
q) the force that puts a system in equilibrium
r)
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Homework
Expert:  Chris M. replied 7 years ago.

HelloCustomer

You don't have all the terms and definitions listed for a complete match. Can you provide the complete list of tems and definitions? Here's what I have so far.

standard position

sine--o) opposite side / hypotenuse

hypotenuse--i ) the sides of a right triangle that is opposite of the right angles

equilibrant force--q) the force that puts a system in equilibrium

total equilibrium--

scalar-- k) a quantity with magnitude only

triangle--d) a shape with three angles and three sides

tangent--m) opposite side / adjacent side

vector--l) a quantity with magnitude and direction

conconcurrent forces--p) forces that act on the same point

right triangle

resultant force

tension--e) a stretching force that acts to pull outwards on the ends of an object

torque--h) force x lever arm

pivot point--b) the point about which rotation occurs

lever arm

rotational equilibrium--j) occurs when the net torque on a system = 0

translation equilibrium--g) occurs when the net forces on a system = 0

Edited by Chris M. on 10/25/2009 at 6:07 PM EST
Customer: replied 7 years ago.

q) the force that puts a system in equilibrium

r) occurs when the net torque and the net force on a system = 0

z) None of the above

Sorry...I had ran out of chartacter spacing to complete. I appreciate your help and will use you again.

Expert:  Chris M. replied 7 years ago.