- Joined Jan 17, 2007
Oh, I know what a catenary is. And I studied those shapes in college, and the elastic properties of cables when they're hung. But the answer to the problem is much simpler than it appears to be.
Me too. I see graduations along the ground line that appear to be about the same interval as the 10m given for the height of droop above ground, so I would say 80m except the cable is 80m so that can't be right and the scale of the drawing is way off. I don't see the easy answer either.Well I am stumped. I don't see a simple solution.
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