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The weight of block 1 sitting on a table is 422 Newton's. A rope tied to block 1 passes over a pulley mounted on the edge of the table and is tied to...

The weight of block 1 sitting on a table is 422 Newton’s. A rope tied to block 1 passes over a pulley mounted on the edge of the table and is tied to block 2 hanging at the side of the table. Block 2 weighs 185 Newton’s. Ignoring all the frictional forces and assuming the pulley has no mass, find the acceleration of the two blocks, and the tension in the cord. Topic: Forces and Newton’s laws of motion.

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The weight of block 1 sitting on a table is 422 Newton’s. A rope tied to block 1 passes over a
pulley mounted on the edge of the table and is tied to block 2 hanging at the side of the table....

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