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A bench seat is attached to a wall by hinges and supported from above by two ropes, as shown in the figure below. The seat weighs 139 N and is designed to support a person weighing up to 1300 N, sitting on the edge. How much tension must each rope be able to withstand? (Let θ = 31.5°.)

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