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Posted by beth on Monday, October 20, 2008 at 7:21pm.

(A multiple part problem)
Find the tension in the three wires that support a 10.2kg light fixture. Each wire forms 40 with the ceiling. Answer for top left wire.

Find the tension in the three wires that support a 10.2kg light fixture. Each wire forms 40 with the ceiling. Answer for top right wire.

Find the tension in the three wires that support a 10.2kg light fixture. Each wire forms 40 with the ceiling. Answer for lowest wire where the fixture is attached.

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