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The photograph shows a workman struggling to keep a stack of boxes balanced on a dolly. The man's right foot is on the axle of the dolly. Assuming tha

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asked 2021-05-05
The photograph shows a workman struggling to keep a stack of boxes balanced on a dolly. The man's right foot is on the axle of the dolly. Assuming that the boxes are identical, which one creates the greatest torque with respect to the axle?
a) the highest box
b) the lowest box
c) the box farthest to the right
d) the box farthest to the left

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2021-05-07
correct option is :
c.the box farthest to the right as torque = force * distance
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