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The drawing shows an A-shaped step ladder. Both sides of the ladder are equal in length. This ladder is standing on a frictionless horizontal surface, and only the crossbar (which has a negligible mass) of the "A" keeps the ladder from collapsing. The ladder is uniform and has a mass of 10.0 kg. Determine the tension in the crossbar of the ladder.

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The drawing shows an A-shaped step ladder. Both sides of the ladder are equal in length. This ladder is standing on a frictionless horizontal surface, and only the crossbar (which has a negligible mass) of the "A" keeps the ladder from collapsing. The ladder is uniform and has a mass of 10.0 kg. Determine the tension in the crossbar of the ladder.

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