1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 25kg object is being lifted by pulling on the ends of a 1.10mm diameter nylon cord that goes over two 3.50m high poles that are 4.8 m apart. How high above the floor will the object be when the cord breaks? 2. Relevant equations F=EA F=ma 3. The attempt at a solution I thought that by using this equation, I could find the tension in the cord. F=(500 x 10^6)(pi)(.00055)^2=475 X-dir force Tcos θ + Tcos θ = 2Tcos θ=0 Y-dir force Tsin θ + Tsin θ -mg=0 2Tsin θ=mg I think my equations are incorrect. I didn't know how to account for the height and weight of the cord. Help would be much appreciated.