Please help a college kid -- Tension in a rope (Sorry to re-post this, but the form disappeared from my posts so I cannot check it.) So I have one attempt left and want to make sure my answer is correct, so double checking me would be super awesome! You are given a pendulum composed of a 0.030 kg mass on the end of a 0.42 m long massless string. The pendulum is moved 25° from the vertical and released. Find the tension in the string when the mass is at the release point, θ = 25°. "The centripetal force is indeed zero in the extreme position. However this does not imply T=0. The net force along the radial direction should be zero. And this net force includes gravity's contribution as well."--nasu So, Fradial= -T + mgsin(65) T=mgsin(65) T=.27 N Thank you so much for the guidance!