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## Homework Statement

I have a double incline mass problem where Φ=43° and θ=20°, mass_A=1.00kg and they are connected by a massless string where the net force of each block is equal to 0.

## Homework Equations

I believe I am to use Newton's 2nd law to find the force of the tension which I have next to my FBD. Since they were both 0 I set them equal to each other as you can see the arrows are directing in the photo, but I'm kind of lead nowhere. :/ I'll post the photo in 3.

My equations are:

$$\vec {T}_1 = m_A g + \hline \vec {T}_1 \cos {\phi}$$

and

$$\vec{T}_2=m_Ag+\hline \vec{T}_2\cos{\theta}$$

which I set equal to each other. I think this is how I would describe ##\vec{T}_1## and ##\vec{T}_2## with vector addition.

## The Attempt at a Solution

https://livecsupomona-my.sharepoint.com/:i:/r/personal/dlsanjenis_cpp_edu/Documents/Attachments/52588613_813119429043085_4437430197272182784_n.jpg?csf=1&e=Ihd80l

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