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In the figure, a uniform beam with a weight of 56.9 N and a
length of 3.75 m is hinged at its lower end, and a horizontal
force of magnitude 58.2 N acts at its upper end. The
beam is held vertical by a cable that makes angle *θ* =
20.8° with the ground and is attached to the beam at height
*h* = 2.04 m. What are **(a)** the tension in
the cable, **(b)** the *x*-component of the
force on the beam from the hinge, and **(c)** the
*y*-component of the force on the beam from the hinge.

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