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This following applet is The leaning ladder
Created by prof Hwang Modified by Ahmed
Original project The leaning ladder

A uniform ladder of length L and mass m rests against a smooth vertical wall.
If the static friction between ladder and ground is u.
Find the minimum angle such that the ladder does not slip.
This applet let you play with it and study the above problem.

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