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A 500 N tight rope walker stands at the center of a rope. Each half of the rope makes a 10 angle...

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A {eq}\rm 500 \ N {/eq} tight rope walker stands at the center of a rope. Each half of the rope makes a {eq}10 ^{\circ} {/eq} angle with the horizontal. What is the rope's tension?

Force:

The product of the mass of the body with the single derivative of velocity function with time is called force. All the forces are generally of two types; one is surface force, and another one is body force.

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Given Data:

  • The weight of the rope walker is: {eq}W = 500\;{\rm{N}} {/eq}.
  • The tension in left side of rope is: {eq}{T_{\rm{l}}} {/eq}.
  • The...

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