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9/12m1that youidentified in part (a). If any of the forces listed below is not applicable, choose 'NA'. ForceDirectionm1aNA NAm2aNA NAm1g1 m2gNA NA5.35/35 points | Previous AnswersA simple Atwood machine consists of two masses m1and m2that are connected by a string wound overa pulley, as seen in the figure below. Assume m2is larger than m1. Motion in the upward direction ispositive. On a piece of paper, draw two free body diagrams; one for each of the masses, showing allforces acting on each mass. Then answer the following questions. (a) Identify the forces acting on the mass m1. (Select all that apply.)(b) Using the direction rosette indicate the direction for each of the forces acting on m1that youidentified in part (a). If any of the forces listed below is not applicable, choose 'NA'. ForceDirectionm1aNA NAm2aNA NAm1g1 m2gNA NA1
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3/27/2019Lab 3 - Newton's Second Law: PostLab10/12fNA NAT5 5FNNA NA(c) Identify the forces acting on the mass m2. (Select all that apply.)(d) Using the direction rosette indicate the direction for each of the forces acting on m2that youidentified in part (c). If any of the forces listed below is not applicable, choose 'NA'. ForceDirectionm1aNA NAm2aNA NAm1gNA NAm2g1 1(m1+ m2)aNA NA(m1+ m2)gNA NAfNA NAT5 5FNNA NA
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3/27/2019Lab 3 - Newton's Second Law: PostLab11/12positive and motion in the downward direction is negative. (Be sure to enter your answer in theabove form with the sum of the forces in the left hand side answer box. The right hand sideanswer box should have the appropriate form of ma. Use the following as necessary: a, f, FN, m1, and T.) (f) Write Newton's Second Law equation (in the form Fnet= ma) for m2in the y-direction. It isimportant to use the correct signs for each of the forces. Motion in the upward direction ispositive and motion in the downward direction is negative. (Be sure to enter your answer in theabove form with the sum of the forces in the left hand side answer box. The right hand sideanswer box should have the appropriate form of ma. Use the following as necessary: a, f, FN, m2, and T.) (g) Use your answers from parts (e) and (f) to get an expression for the magnitude of thetension T. (Use the following as necessary: m1, m2, and g,g,g.)
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