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Posted by justin on Friday, April 27, 2012 at 9:32pm.

In the glass atrium at the entrance to the city aquarium, a designer wants to suspend a 2400-N sculpture of a dolphin. It will be secured by three chains, each of length 4 m. The chains are anchored to the ceiling at three points, spaced
3 m apart, that form an equilateral triangle. a) Determine the magnitude of the tension in each chain.

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