## Essential University Physics: Volume 1 (3rd Edition)

We know that all of the forces add up to zero. Thus, we find: $w = T_1cos35^{\circ} +T_2 cos 60^{\circ}-W$ We can also find that the value of the first tension force is: $T_2 = \frac{Wsin99.2}{.710}$ $T_1=\frac{sin60}{sin30}(\frac{Wsin 99.2}{.710})$ : Plugging these values into the first equation, we find $w=1.4W$