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A weight is suspended from a 5-ft cable and spring as shown in the Figure. The tension in the spring causes it to stretch from 3 to 3.5 ft. The spring
constant is 100 lb/ft. Draw the 2-D free body diagram. Find the value of the suspended weight from the EOE.

A weight is suspended from a 5-ft cable and spring as shown in the Figure. The tension in the spring causes it to stretch from 3 to 3.5 ft. The spring
constant is 100 lb/ft. Draw the 2-D free body diagram. Find the value of the suspended weight from the EOE.