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- How to find the tension?
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A 45 kg chandelier is suspended by two chains of lengths 5 m and 8 m attached to two points in the ceiling 11 m apart. Find the tension in the 5 m rope.
Draw a free body diagram and show what it is.ttpp1124 said:Well, see, I'm not so sure how to start. I'm assuming I'd multiply mass with gravity...? I don't know how to incorporate the lengths.
listen buddy you either help me get started or leavephinds said:How is it that you have a homework problem that you don't even know how to start? Did you miss a class? If so, I suggest that you get the notes and learn the material.
Thread locked for Moderation...ttpp1124 said:listen buddy you either help me get started or leave
Thread will remain closed. OP has been reminded to show their best efforts to work the problem in their first post, so we can provide quality tutorial help.ttpp1124 said:listen buddy you either help me get started or leave
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