1. The patella P located in the human knee joint is subjected to tendon forces T1 and T2 and a force F exerted on the patella by the femoral articular A. If the directions of these forces are estimated from an X-ray as shown, determine the magnitudes of T1 and F when the tendon force T2 = 6 lb.. The forces are concurrent at point O.





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