Determine the moment or torque, Physics

Determine the moment or torque that force P applies at point A about the vertical axis if force P in Newtons is given in P10 and the angle in degrees shown on the diagram is given in P11.  The length n mm of the handle is 300mm.
The horizontal force P acts at right angles to the handle.

The moment or torque that force P applies at point A, rounded down to the nearest Newton millimetre (N.mm) is

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