Given a wooden sign that is held up by two ropes. One rope at a 37.0 degrees to the horizontal has a tension of 2.00N and the other at an angle of 153.5 degrees to the horizontal feels a tension of 1.785N. How much does the sign weight?

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  1. [2.00 * sin(37.0º)] + [1.785 * sin(153.5º)]

    posted by Scott
  2. Fg=2N

    posted by Mia
  3. mia you are so smart and beautiful

    posted by george
  4. oh george you are so handsome and sweet ;)

    posted by Mia
  5. lololololol

    posted by george
  6. hahhahahahaha lol :D

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