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HWProblemSet6 - Physics 211 Problem Set 6 Due Friday Last...

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Physics 211 Spring 2012 Syracuse University Homework Problem Set 6 p.1 Physics 211 Problem Set 6 Due Friday, 03/02/12 Last Name:___________________________________ First Name _______________ Workshop time or section:_____________TA name or Room #__________________ Please submit your homework on this sheet. If you need more space than is available, please attach additional sheets of paper. (Modified problem 5.92 from Young&Freedman 13 th ed., p.171) Two blocks connected by a massless not-stretchable cord, passing over a massless frictionless pulley, slide to the left on inclined planes as shown in Fig. P5.92 (p.171). Coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.05. (a) What is the acceleration of the blocks? Assume g=10 m/s 2 . (b) Find tension in the cord. Follow the steps outlined in the Friday workshop. The lecture notes outlining the recommended procedure are posted on the course website. 1. Sketch the system (copy figure P5.92) and identify parts that you will need to consider when applying Newton’s laws. 2. Draw all forces on each block. Are the magnitudes of tension forces on each block different or equal?
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