Statics Homework help -- find tension 1. In Figure P4.111 determine the tensions in cables BC and BE. Neglect the weights of all members and assume that the support at A is a ball-and-socket joint. The 5200-N force has no x component. (picture is attached below) 2. [tex]\Sigma[/tex] Fx = 0 [tex]\Sigma[/tex] Fy = 0 [tex]\Sigma[/tex] Fz = 0 [tex]\Sigma[/tex] MD = 0 3. The attempt at a solution Okay so I figured out the angles of the cables and did the sum of the forces. I had trouble figuring out the sum of the moments. Here is what I have so far: [tex]\Sigma[/tex] Fx = 0 --> Ax + T1*cos(26.6) = 0 [tex]\Sigma[/tex] Fy = 0 --> Ay + T1*sin(26.6) + T2*cos(18.4) + 5200*cos(22.6)= 0 [tex]\Sigma[/tex] Fz = 0 --> Az + T2*sin(18.4) + 5200*sin(22.6) = 0 T1 is the cable from B to E T2 is the cable from B to C Anything you guys can do to help would be much appreciated, thanks!