Solution: How much pull must one exert to bring the weight up the plane?

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How much pull must one exert to bring the weight up the plane?

Problem Statement: EE Board October 1997

A 100 kg weight rest on a 30° incline plane. Neglecting friction, how much pull must one exert to bring the weight up the plane?

  • A. 88.67 kg.
  • B. 100 kg
  • C. 70.71 kg
  • D. 50 kg

Problem Answer:

One must exert 50 kg to bring the weight up the plane.

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