The problem is a rod mass of 1g and length L, held in place against a vertical wall by a cable at the opposite end. A sign of mass 10kg is also hanging off the end ofthe rod furthest from the wall. The angles are 30 degrees between the cable and rod, and 45 degrees between the rod and wall. Find the tension in the cable.

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