A Boy Pulls His Toy On A Smooth Horizontal Surface With A Rope Inclined At 60 Degree To The Horizontal.If The Effective Force Pulling The Toy Along The Horizontal Surface Is 5N,calculate The Tension In The Rope:

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  1. well T*cos60° = 5, so ...

    why all the capitals???

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  2. Divide W which is 5 by COS 60 it gives 10 that is 10N

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