Direction of forces acting on points A, B and C
Maybe more of a physics question but I got the tip to post here and see if someone can help me.
All I need is the direction in which the forces at points A, B and C would be pointing. From there i can do the calculations by myself.
Enclosed should be a sketch of my problem.
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I´m just trying to help a friend...this isn't even for me and I can't afford to pay more.... And if someone knows the answer to this I don't think that it's a lot of work to draw a few arrows....