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there is a 100.0m bridge that weighs 1.1kg that suspended by two ropes at each end, and on this bridge, there is a 0.6kg mass suspended.

So my question is, if I know the left rope tension to be 11.57N and the right rope tension to be 7.06N how do I find how far the mass is suspended from the left rope.

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