1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A mountain climber is rappelling down a vertical wall. The rope attaches to a buckle strapped to the climber's waist 15 cm to the right of his center of gravity and makes an angle of = 15° with the wall. The climber weighs 780 N. (a) Find the tension in the rope N (b) Find the magnitude and direction of the contact force exerted by the wall on the climber's feet. Magnitude 209 N Direction ____ ° above the horizontal. 2. Relevant equations ??? 3. The attempt at a solution when finding the tension of the rope, how is it possible that I found the magnatude of the feet against the wall and couldnt find the tension of the rope? Arent they part of the same equation? Is this like a fulcrum problem?