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Imagine that you are building a tower of wooden blocks. Knowing that the blocks are rigid bodies and that the tower must be still to avoid falling, explain how you would apply the concepts of statics to ensure that the tower does not collapse. Give examples of forces that act on the main components of the tower and explain how you would find these forces. Remember to consider the sum of forces and moments in equilibrium.

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