Two cords support a chandelier in the manner shown in Fig.

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Problem 5P

Two cords support a chandelier in the manner shown in Fig. 9–4 except that the upper wire makes an angle of 45° with the ceiling. If the cords can sustain a force of 1550 N without breaking, what is the maximum chandelier weight that can be supported?

FIGURE 9–4

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