Question

4. (20 points) Flying a kite is a fun activity from back when people could go outside. Say you're running with your 0.5 kg kite on a windy day. It's a state-of-the-art kite, so it completely ignores any air resistance. You start accelerating at 3 m/s², and your kite lifts above you at an angle of 25°. While you're running, there is a constant gust of wind pushing directly up. What must the force of the wind on the kite be to keep it at this angle?

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