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Posted by saffat on Tuesday, October 22, 2013 at 10:44pm.

You hold one end of a rope and pull horizontally with a force of 65N. Calculate the tension in the rope if the other end is tied to a wall and held by a friend who pulls with 65 N in the opposite direction. It's tied to a object on a smooth ice.

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