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A 2.4 m swinging chair is suspended from the ceiling by two vertical ropes that are connected to each end. The swinging chair has a uniform mass of 15 kg. Suppose you have a mass of 65 kg, and want to sit at a position 0.6 m from one end of the swing. What is the tension in each of the two ropes?

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