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Determine the moment of force about the point where a bracket is attached to a wall. the bracket is shown in figure attached. it extends 10 inched out from the wall and 5 inched up. A force of 35 lbf is applied to the bracket at an angle of 55 degrees from the vertical. use conversions of units.answer should be in ft-lb.
formatted output. use input and define function and use it. use cross product.
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