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What is the maximum force F which can be exerted?

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Default What is the maximum force F which can be exerted?



Given: The friction between the block with
mass 12 kg and the wedge with mass 16 kg
is 0.42 . The surface between the wedge with
mass 16 kg and the horizontal plane is smooth
(without friction).
The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s2 .
A block is released on the inclined plane 32 degrees with the horizontal
(top side of the wedge).
What is the maximum force F which can
be exerted on the 16 kg block in order that
the 12 kg block does not move up the plane?
Answer in units of N.
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