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i need to determine the tensionin the equation of the hanging cableay=acosh(x-h)/a+kwith a known length and known location of end points. i figured out how to determine the horizontal translationbut i needhin order to do it and to have the complete equation.a

this is for a computer simulation where the weight of the cable is not important. this is why i condensed tension in the formula down to. if the weight is a requirement then it can be set, in which case i would need to find the horizontal force acting on the cable.a

is it possible to find the tension with the given information?

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# Hanging cable (catenary)

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