Posted by **nick** on Friday, December 6, 2013 at 6:51pm.

Two squirrels are sitting on a rope as shown. The tension in segment BD is TBD = 6.3 lb at an angle of ϕ = 47 degrees. The tension in segment AB is TAB = 5.229 lb. Find the weight of the squirrel at B and the angle α.

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