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Posted by Chris on Monday, July 30, 2012 at 11:00pm.

A 565 N mountain climber moves across a rope strung across a canyon. When she is more than halfway across, she notices the rope makes a 10.0 degree angle (from horizontal) behind her and a 25.0 degree angle (from horizontal) ahead of her. What are the tensions in the rope in front and behind
her?

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