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A hanging mass, m2 = 5 kg, hangs from a string that goes over a pulley and pulls on a mass, m1 = 10 kg, that sits on a table as shown below. (a) if the Friction Force Ff = 0, then... F: If you switched the places of the two masses, where m1 was the hanging mass and m2 was the sitting mass, what would be the magnitude of the acceleration of m1? (b) With the masses in their original positions, with m1 sitting and m2 hanging, if the Friction Force Ff = 15 N, then... What is the magnitude (in N) of the net force on the system? (c) With the masses in their original positions, with m1 sitting and m2 hanging, if the Friction Force Ff = 15 N,
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