left one be T1 and right be T2
resolving them into components
T1 cos30 = T2 cos45 [these are the horizontal forces]
T1 = 0.816*T2
T1*sin30 + T2*sin45 = 5*9.81 = 49.05
T1/2 + T2/root(2) = 49.05
0.408 T2 + 0.707*T2 = 49.05
T2 = 43.98 N
T1 = 0.816*43.98 = 35.89 N
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