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# A 3.00-m-long, 240-N uniform rod at the zoo is held in the

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Problem 19E

A 3.00-m-long, 240-N uniform rod at the zoo is held in the horizontal position by two ropes at its ends (Fig.). The left rope makes an angle of 150° with the rod and the right lope makes an angle ? with the horizontal. A 90-N howler monkey (Alouatta seniclulus) hangs motionless 0.50 m from the right end of the rod as he carefully studies you. Calculate the tensions in the two ropes and the angle ?. First make a free-body diagram of the rod. Figure:

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