Suppose 2 balls of same mass are held by 4 ropes, 2 for each ball. One ball is held by 2 ropes fastened at same height to something and the other at different heights. If the angles made by each respective pair of ropes(eg. right to right) are equal, are tensions in each respective pair of ropes equal in both magnitude and direction?

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