Two friends pull the rope in opposite directions with a force of 100N each. Will the rope break if it can withstand a tension of no more than 190 N.
For a correct, clear and understandable answer to this question, we must be guided by the laws of logic.
So, let’s start thinking.
If the rope is pulled in opposite directions from 2 different ends of 2 people, and their strength = 100H, then the total force that acts on the rope is 200H. (100 + 100 = 200).
Well, since 200 is more than 190, the rope will break.
But if it hangs somewhere, and it is pulled with a force of 100H, then it will not break, since the load on which it hangs does not pull it anywhere.
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