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Gymnasts can do all sorts of ridiculous tricks on various equipment. In the rings event, the gymnast is supported by two rings attached by cords to the ceiling (see a picture here). If a gymnast weighs 75 kg and is motionless on the rings, what is the tension in each cord?
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