Posted by **shafi** on Tuesday, March 18, 2014 at 10:46pm.

A sign is hanging from the ceiling on two threads of equal length, which make an angle $\theta$ of 108.5 "degrees" with each other. What is the tension (in N) in each thread, assuming that the force of gravity acting on the sign is 46.5 N?

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