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Would the free body diagram look like?:
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but this one you will do the same basic thing as in your part A

I just set up two triangles to find the tension forces right?

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Wait that is not right, that's not what the question is asking. Sorry!

So we are up to two equations now:
\[w=Ta _{y}+Tb_{y}\]
and
\[Ta _{x}=Tb_{y}\]

I see a mistake, the second equation should be Tax=Tbx. not Tby, that is my fault, im sorry.

That's okay, anything helps!

W = 210 cos (60) + 210 cos (45)?

Oh wait, okay I see what you're saying, solve for Ta.

in there i made another slight error, it is actually just Ta and Tb, we are multiplying by

Is Tby cos too?

Well now, Tb.

now solve that for Ta

Okay, one minute

mastering physics? haha

420 - (1.4142) x Tb = Ta
Now would I plug in this equation into the Ta = Tb ?

once you solve it with the symbols, put it up here and ill tell you if its right

haha i feel you there, im retaking physics 230 right now

This is my first physics class ever so it's all new to me.

i hear ya. well im here to help

not a problem at all! its helping me study! i have a test in this next week! haha

The 60 degrees is against the wall.

ok that is how i set it up. it doesnt make a huge differece, just in how you find the components

Well now I am leaving so I will check back on here before midnight again, thanks so much!

not a prob

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