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The system shown in the Figure is in equilibrium. The mass of block 1 is 2.2 kg and the mass of block 2 is 3.5 kg. String 1 makes an angle = 28o with the vertical and string 2 is exactly horizontal.

what is the angle between the string that connects the masses and the string that hold m2?
What is the tension in the string between the two masses?

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