Mass of rope and tension

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If a rope of mass 10 kg is connected to a hook on the top and is supporting a mass of 15 kg at the bottom, what is the rope's tension?
 

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A varying function of where you are on the rope.
 
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Calculate the density of the rope in kg/m. The tension at any point in the rope is the weight of the rope lower than that point plus the weight, 15g N, of the mass at the bottom. How long is the rope?
 

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