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A physicist and a chemist are playing tug-of-war.
certain length of time during the game, the partici-
pants are essentially at rest. During this time, each person
pulls on the rope (which can be treated as an ideal string)
with a force of 350 N. What is the tension on the rope?
For
A. 700 N
B. 350 N
C. 175 N
D. Other (specify)
Ismbx
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Transcribed Image Text:A physicist and a chemist are playing tug-of-war. certain length of time during the game, the partici- pants are essentially at rest. During this time, each person pulls on the rope (which can be treated as an ideal string) with a force of 350 N. What is the tension on the rope? For A. 700 N B. 350 N C. 175 N D. Other (specify) Ismbx
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