Calculate the length of the rope, Applied Statistics

The tension, T, in the tow rope pulling the car in Newtons is given in P8.  Determine the minimum length of the rope l, between A and B, so that the tension in either AB or AC equals the tension in Newtons given in P9.

The length of the rope, l, rounded down to the nearest centimetre is

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