6. Two blocks, with masses shown are pulled up a ramp by a pull force P, The kinetic friction coefficient between eaclh block and the ramp is µr = 0.40. The blocks start from rèst and speed up the ramp. They reach a speed of 0.85 m/s after 4.00 s. 4.0 kg Draw FBDS of both masses. Write down correct NII equations. Find the magnitude of the tension in the string connecting the two blọcks 6.0 kg 30°

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6.
Two blocks, with masses shown are
pulled up a ramp by a pull force P, The kinetic
friction coefficient between eaclh block and the
ramp is µr = 0.40. The blocks start from rèst and
speed up the ramp. They reach a speed of 0.85
m/s after 4.00 s.
4.0 kg
Draw FBDS of both masses.
Write down correct NII equations.
Find the magnitude of the tension in
the string connecting the two blọcks
6.0 kg
30°
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6. Two blocks, with masses shown are pulled up a ramp by a pull force P, The kinetic friction coefficient between eaclh block and the ramp is µr = 0.40. The blocks start from rèst and speed up the ramp. They reach a speed of 0.85 m/s after 4.00 s. 4.0 kg Draw FBDS of both masses. Write down correct NII equations. Find the magnitude of the tension in the string connecting the two blọcks 6.0 kg 30°

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