1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A horizontal rope is tightly tied to hooks between two walls separated by a distance of 5m. A 100 Newton weight is suspended from the middle fo the rope and it sags so that the middle of the rope is displaced a distance of .25 meters. a) what's the tension in the rope? b) what are the horizontal and vertical forces are exerted on the hooks? 2. Relevant equations I have no idea how to solve this. 3. The attempt at a solution We've been resolving vectors into their components using A*sin(A's θ)= Ayi A*cos(B's θ)= Axj Then Resultant = sqrt(sumX^2 + sumY^2) Resultant θ = arctan(Y/X) Equilibrant θ= Rθ + 180 I just don't know what to do with the info I have. 100N seems to be the only force I have to work with. It looks like a vector component y. I assume I need to fine the force of the hypotenuse vector I need to find it in the direction toward θ1? But I keep going around in circles trying to figure it out.