# Physics

Earlier I posted the tension question I knew how to get the equation of 50*9.81 = 2 (4360) sin A. I just don't know how to find (sin A) from here.

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1. SinA=(50*9.81)/(8720)=0.05625

A= 3.22 degrees

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