1. The sports car has a mass of 1.5 Mg and mass center at G. If the front two springs each have a stiffness of kA=58 kN/m and the rear two springs each have a stiffness of kB = 65 kN/m, determine their compression when the car is parked on the 30° incline. Also, what frictional force FB must be applied to each of the rear wheels to hold the car in equilibrium?





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