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A paraglider of mass 90 kg is pulled by a rope attached to a speedboat. With the rope making an angle of 20 degrees, to the horizontal the paragilder is moving in a straight line parellel to the surface of the water with an acceleration of 1.2ms^-2. The tension in the rope is 250N. Calculate the magnitude of the vertical lift force acting on the glider.

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hw do i solve that?
isnt the vertical lift force= weight of the paraglider
900N?
I guess yes
but the answer i 985, with the vertical component of tension?
I think its 900-85.5=814.5
but the answer is 985>
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vertical force = 900+ (sin 20* 250)
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