Did this problem out, but answer doesn't look right. 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the tension of the rope. M=37.7kg Coefficient of kinetic friction=.244 Rope is at an angle of 22.2° above the horizontal Pulled at constant speed, meaning a=0 2. Relevant equations I figured that... ƩFx=Tcos∅-μkN=0 ƩFy=N-mg-Tsin∅=0 So, N=mg+Tsin∅ Then I did a simple substitution with the N equation... Tcos∅-μkmg+Tsin∅=0 When I got T by itself, I got.... T=(μkmg/cos∅+sin∅) 3. The attempt at a solution Then I just plugged the given numbers in, and I got T=69N (Approximately) Am I correct? Because I figured the tension of the rope has to be greater than the mg of the crate.