1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data An elevator with a small initial upward velocity being raised by a cable. The tension in the cable is constant. Find the magnitude of the tension in the cable. Be certain that the method you are using will be accurate to two significant figures. Acceleration=10 m/s^2 Mass=60kg Change in height = 4m 2. Relevant equations PE=Mass*Acceleration*height 3. The attempt at a solution Isn't Tension equal to MA? I try that but thats 600 N and thats not the correct answers. Sorry i dont know the answer i just know that thats not right.