1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An assembly shown in the picture, GH , HK, HNL are three cables. the mass of box L is 52Kg, a) determine the mass of box K in order to make angle theta as 25 degrees 2. Relevant equations FX=0 FY=0 3. The attempt at a solution right i started with Fhn x cos(25) = Fhg x cos(0) as cos(o) is 1 i then wrote it out as Fhn x cos(25) = Fhg box L = 52Kg, i know HN = NL does the tension force NL= 52??? i know that when i get HN by looking at the forces acting on L & using newtons 1st law to solve for NL i can calculate Fhg from the equation i started with. confused on how to get HN=NL thinks its 52. then at joint H, the vert comp of HN must equal the tension in HK, per newton 1st law in the y direction, and then i look at the forces acting on K to solve for its mass. i understand the theory i'm just confused about the calculations that need to be made, can anyone run through it with me please to find the mass of box K?????