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Introduction to Torque

Problem #: 2 | Variant #: 4

If a 3.59 m long seesaw has a 34.5 kg child sitting at one end, is inclined at an angle of 11.1o relative to the ground, and has a net torque of 44.88 N*m about its center... what is the mass of a larger child sitting at the opposite end?

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