3. Consider two blocks that are attached by a string. Block 1 lays on plane inclined by an angle 0 with thehorizontal. Block 2 hangs freely off the edge of the inclined plane. For the situation where M2 > M1,find the static coefficient of friction needed to keep the system from moving away from its startingposition.Tw4. Consider two blocks at rest on a flat plane. Block 1 lays on the plane, while Block 2 lays atop Block 1.Given a static coefficient of friction (µ), with what force must you push Block one such that Block 2,just begins to slide off of Block 1?M25. Consider a frictionless plane that is inclined by an angle (0) with the horizontal. A block of mass (M)is propelled up along the plane with an initial speed of (vo).(a) How far along the plane does the block go before beginning to slide back down?(b) How long does it take to get to this point?(c) When the block is at its farthest point, how high above the ground is it?6. Consider two people who are each in canoes on the same lake. Each person is holding onto one end ofthe same rope and pulling it toward themselves with a force of 70 N. Person 1 and their canoe have acombined mass of 150 kg. Person 2 and their canoe have a combined mass of 250 kg.1?(a) What is the acceleration experienced by Persoך)

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3. Consider two blocks that are attached by a string. Block 1 lays on plane inclined by an angle 0 with the
horizontal. Block 2 hangs freely off the edge of the inclined plane. For the situation where M2 > M1,
find the static coefficient of friction needed to keep the system from moving away from its starting
position.
Tw
4. Consider two blocks at rest on a flat plane. Block 1 lays on the plane, while Block 2 lays atop Block 1.
Given a static coefficient of friction (µ), with what force must you push Block one such that Block 2,
just begins to slide off of Block 1?
M2
5. Consider a frictionless plane that is inclined by an angle (0) with the horizontal. A block of mass (M)
is propelled up along the plane with an initial speed of (vo).
(a) How far along the plane does the block go before beginning to slide back down?
(b) How long does it take to get to this point?
(c) When the block is at its farthest point, how high above the ground is it?
6. Consider two people who are each in canoes on the same lake. Each person is holding onto one end of
the same rope and pulling it toward themselves with a force of 70 N. Person 1 and their canoe have a
combined mass of 150 kg. Person 2 and their canoe have a combined mass of 250 kg.
1?
(a) What is the acceleration experienced by Perso
ך)
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3. Consider two blocks that are attached by a string. Block 1 lays on plane inclined by an angle 0 with the horizontal. Block 2 hangs freely off the edge of the inclined plane. For the situation where M2 > M1, find the static coefficient of friction needed to keep the system from moving away from its starting position. Tw 4. Consider two blocks at rest on a flat plane. Block 1 lays on the plane, while Block 2 lays atop Block 1. Given a static coefficient of friction (µ), with what force must you push Block one such that Block 2, just begins to slide off of Block 1? M2 5. Consider a frictionless plane that is inclined by an angle (0) with the horizontal. A block of mass (M) is propelled up along the plane with an initial speed of (vo). (a) How far along the plane does the block go before beginning to slide back down? (b) How long does it take to get to this point? (c) When the block is at its farthest point, how high above the ground is it? 6. Consider two people who are each in canoes on the same lake. Each person is holding onto one end of the same rope and pulling it toward themselves with a force of 70 N. Person 1 and their canoe have a combined mass of 150 kg. Person 2 and their canoe have a combined mass of 250 kg. 1? (a) What is the acceleration experienced by Perso ך)

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