Determine the compressive force, Applied Statistics

The weight of the engine in kN is given in P2 and is suspended from a vertical chain at A. A second chain round the engine is attached at A, with a spreader bar between B and C. The angles at B and C are equal and given in P3. Determine the tension in the chain AC in kN to 1 DP and determine the compressive force acting in the spreader bar BC. 

The tension in the chain AC in kN rounded to 1 DP is
 
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The compressive force acting in the spreader bar BC in kN rounded to 1 DP is
 
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