# Question: a 10 kg 16 m long beam is supported by...

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A 10 kg, 16 m long beam is supported by two sawhorses. the left support is 3 m from the left edge of the beam. the right support is 5 m from the right edge of the beam. what is the normal force exerted by support one and the normal force exerted by support two?

An 8 m long beam is supported by two sawhorses. the left support is at the left edge of the beam. the right support is 2 m from the right edge of the beam. a 5 kg box is placed 1.5 m from the right edge of the beam. what is the minimum weight of the beam so that it does not tip over?

A box is placed 3 m away from the right edge of a 15 kg, 12 m long beam thta is supported by two sawhorses. the left support is 4 m from the left edge of the beam, and it exerts a normal force of 220 N on the beam. the right support is 0.5 m from the right edge of the beam. what is the mass of the box, and what is the normal force exerted by the right support?