Posted by **Joe Rogers** on Saturday, September 29, 2012 at 10:29pm.

28 N + T2 sin 12 = T1 sin 42

T2 cos 12 = T1 cos 42

T2 sin 12 + T3 sin 54 = W2

T2 cos 12 = T3 cos 54

Im solving for T1,2,3 and W2

I just cant seem to get the system to work

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