1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I have done all the physics for this problem which I'll detail below. I am only having trouble in doing the simple math to single out the t1 or t2. A mass is hanging from a ceiling. It is supported by two strings which both are attached above to the ceiling. String 1 is at an angle of 30. String 2 is at an angle of 65. While the mass is 20 lb. ( in the center) 2. Relevant equationsMa = 0 in both the x and y directions. 3. The attempt at a solution left T (T1) =30 degrees right T (T2) = 65 degrees. ok, here are my equations that I get to: X: T2cos(65) - T1cos(30) = 0 Y: T2sin(65) + T1sin(30) = 0 now I just need to solve for, say, T1 in the x dierection and use that new eq. to pluge into Y. Right?