The figure from below shows a system which is at equilibrium. The sphere is frictionless, homogeneous and its mass is $5\,kg$. The homogeneous bar has a mass of $10\,kg$. Find the modulus of the tension of the wire. Assume that the acceleration due gravity is $10$ meters per second square. M is the midpoint of the bar.

The alternatives are as follows:

$\begin{array}{ll}

1.&62N\\

2.&71.25N\\

3.&80.05N\\

4.&92.25N\\

5.&100N\\

\end{array}$

Can someone help me here?. I'm not exactly how to apply the condition of equlibrium for this problem. I'm confused exactly how should I use the information of the angle given at one end of the wire.

What I've attempted to do was the following:

$-Tl+100\sin 53^{\circ}\left(\frac{l}{2}\right)+50\sin 53^{\circ}\left(\frac{l}{2}\right)=0$

But this did not solved the problem. CThe part where I'm strugglin the most is where are the forces acting. Can someone help me here please?.