In  a contest of National Football League behemoths, teams from the Rams and the 49ers engage in a tug-of-war,  pulling in  opposite directions on a strong  rope.  The Rams exert a force of 9200 N and they are winning, making the  center of the  rope  move steadily  toward  themselves.  Is  it  possible to  know the  tension  in  the  rope from the information stated? Is it larger or smaller than 9 200 N? How hard are the 49ers pulling on the rope? Would it  change your answer if  the  49ers were  winning or if the contest were even? The stronger team wins by exerting a larger force—on what? Explain your  answers?

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