problem05_17

# University Physics with Modern Physics with Mastering Physics (11th Edition)

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5.17: a) b) In the absence of friction, the net force on the 4.00-kg block is the tension, and so the acceleration will be . s m 2.50 kg) 00 . 4 ( N) 0 . 10 ( 2 = c) The net upward force on the suspended block is , ma mg T = - or

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Unformatted text preview: ( a g T m + = The block is accelerating downward, so , s m 50 . 2 2-= a and so . kg 37 . 1 ) s m 50 . 2 s m (9.80 N) . 10 ( 2 2 =-= m d) , mg ma T + = so , mg T < because . < a...
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