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GATE2014-1-27
A box of weight $100$ kN shown in the figure is to be lifted without swinging. If all forces are coplanar, the magnitude and direction $( \theta)$ of the force $(F)$ with respect to $x$-axis should be $F=56.389$ kN and $\theta=28.28^{\circ}$ $F=-56.389$ kN and $\theta=-28.28^{\circ}$ $F=9.055$ kN and $\theta=1.414^{\circ}$ $F=-9.055$ kN and $\theta=-1.414^{\circ}$
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