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A ball of mass mb=2.9 kg is attached to a stick by two strings as shown. String 1 is the upper string and string 2 is the lower string. The ball is spinning around the stick in a horizontal circle. If T1b= 2214.8 N, T2b= 1935.4 N, L1= 2.7 m, *θ* = 31.9 degrees, and *ϕ* = 73.1 degrees, what is the speed of the ball as it moves in a horizontal circle?

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