Find the force to hold the balloon stationary, Physics

A "balloon rocket" is a balloon suspended from a taut wire by a hollow tube (drinking straw) and string. The nozzle is formed of a 1-cm-diameter tube, and an air jet exits the nozzle with of 40 m/s and density 1.2 kg/m3. Find the force F needed to hold the balloon stationary. Neglect friction.

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