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  1. it can be considered as a low friction or friction-less wall.
  2. Hello everyone, this question might seem too easy or stupid to some of you but well, i'm kinda stuck with it. Can anyone help identify the forces on each parts and nodes please? it's a mechanism to lift a weight on the top surface. the link in the bottom moves to the right and causes the upper link to go up. Node 'E' rolls on the wall.
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