1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data As a stunt coordinator with a background in physics, you have been asked to determine whether Man can make it across the river and whether the rope will hold his weight. Man is rather small, with a mass of only about 48.7 kg, including his equipment. The crossing distance is roughly W = 8.7 m and the rope is tied H = 1.7 m lower on the opposing the bank. Judging by the sag in the rope, its length is about 11.5 m. Calculate the tension in the rope once man reaches a point of equilibrium. Assume the rope does not stretch. 3. The attempt at a solution I'm pretty sure I can find the tension of the rope once I find where the equilibrium point is, thing is I'm not sure HOW to find the equilibrium point. All i know is that the equilibrium point should have the same angle on both sides.