Determine the tension on the nail, Physics

A block is placed under the head of the claw hammer to aid in removing the nail.  The pull on the handle is P39 N, the angle of the hammer to the vertical is P40 and the length of the handle is P41 mm.  The hammer will not slip at point A.  Determine the tension on the nail, and the magnitude and direction of the force exerted on the block by the hammer at point A in relation to a horizontal axis.

The tension in the nail rounded to the nearest Newton is, 

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The magnitude of the force exerted by the hammer at A rounded to the nearest Newton is, 

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The direction of the force exerted by the hammer on the block at A rounded to the nearest degree is, 

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