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­Responses/view_key?dep=143507583/143.5/5 points |Previous AnswersConsider two objects of massesm1andm2subjected to the same forceF. Ifm1=4m2, what will be the accelerationa1compared to theaccelerationa2?a1=0.250.25a2Additional MaterialsNewton's Second LawAppendix
10/3/2016Lab 3 ­ Newton's Second Law: PreLab­Responses/view_key?dep=143507584/144.5/5 points |Previous AnswersThe diagram below is a schematic of the experimental setup.On a piece of paper, draw two free body diagrams, one for the hanging massm1and another for the sliding massm2showing all forcesacting on each of the masses. Then answer the following questions.(a) Identify the forces acting on the sliding massm2. (Select all that apply.)m1am2am1gm2g(m1+m2)a(m1+m2)gfTFN
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(b) Using the direction rosette shown above, indicate the direction for each of the forces acting onm2that you identified in part (a).If any of the forces listed below is not applicable, choose 'NA'.ForceDirectionm1aNANAm2aNANAm1gNANAm2g11(m1+m2)aNANA(m1+m2)gNANAf77T33FN55(c) Identify the forces acting on the hanging massm1. (Select all that apply.)
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