Statics and Dynamics help?

1. A weight W is supported (and balanced) as shown. All three cables are attached to fixed walls, and the lower cable is horizontal. The pulley has negligible weight, and the link connecting the pulley to the weight has negligible weight*. Friction at the pins can be neglected. Given these assumptions, and... show more 1. A weight W is supported (and balanced) as shown. All three cables are attached to fixed walls, and the
lower cable is horizontal. The pulley has negligible weight, and the link connecting the pulley to the weight has
negligible weight*. Friction at the pins can be neglected. Given these assumptions, and recalling the result from
LEX 0, Problem 6 that shows the tension is the same on either side of such a pulley, draw the FBD of a
combination of the weight, the link, the pulley and the portion of the cable that is in contact with the pulley.
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