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The phenomena of somatic mosaicism and chimerism are more prevalent than most people realize. For example, pregnancy and bone marrow transplantation may lead to a person's genome becoming a mixture of two different genomes. Describe how DNA forensic analysis may be affected by chimerism and what measures could be used to mitigate any confusion during DNA profiling. Find out more about genetic chimerism in an article by Zimmer, C., DNA double take, New York Times, September 16, 2013.
A 100.-kg uniform bar of length is attached to a wall by a hinge at point and supported in a horizontal position by a light cable attached to its other end. The cable is attached to the wall at point , at a distance above point . Find: a) the tension, , on the cable and b) the horizontal and vertical components of the force acting on the bar at point .