1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Solve for T (The force required to keep the pulleys at equilibrium) See attached image for pulley setup. 2. Relevant equations W2>W1 N=mg 3. The attempt at a solution Currently I have drawn out all the forces that act on each pulley, and I know there is a way to set up the tensions to solve for T, but since no numerical values are given its a little more complicated. After applying force diagrams to the hanging weights I got T1=W1g and T3=W2g (with T1 being the tension between Pulley 1 and weight 1, and T3 being the tension between Pulley 2 and weight Which would mean T2=(W2g-W1g)/2, and T2 is the same tension as T, meaning T2 is equivalent to the downward force needed to keep the system at equilibrium. Is this the correct solution?