What is the need of free body diagram in mechanics?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 9th Jun, 2014, 05:49: PM
The drawing of a free-body diagram is an important step in solving mechanics problems, since it helps to visualize all the forces acting on a single object.
Answered by | 9th Jun, 2014, 07:49: PM
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