A mass of 30 kg is supported from above as shown in the figure. To the nearest Newton, what is the tension in wire 1? In wire 2?

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A mass of 30 kg is supported from above as shown in the figure. To the nearest Newton, what is the tension in wire 1? In wire 2?

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i got the two equations but if i convert the sin thetas to decimals then the final answer wouldn't be accurate
let me write the equations

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T1sin30+T2sin60=294 T1cos30-T2cos60=0
how do i solve this without converting the sin and cos to decimals?
In fact you don't need to convert them.Just try so solve a quadratic equation which you have found.
you have to keep it on your calculator and round at the very end
really? :O
\[ \sqrt{3/2}T _{1}=1/2T _{2}\] and also \[1/2 T _{1}+\sqrt{3/2}T _{2}=294\]
how do i make it into a quadratic equation? first of all my equations are right, right?
oh
do you know special triagnles? and sohcahtoa?
yeah
Yeah your equations are right.
oh okay thanks!
its through that that s.t.mono got that
if you want I can also solve it but it's better you yourself go through it

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