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Posted by lawrence on Friday, October 7, 2011 at 5:46pm.

A rope suspended from a ceiling supports an object of weight W at its opposite end. Another rope tied to the first at the middle is pulled horizontally with a force of 30N. The junction P of the ropes is in equilibrium. Calculate the weight W and the tension T in the upper part of the first rope

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