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Two blocks connected by a cord passing over a small, frictionless pulley rest on frictionless planes (the figure (Figure 1)).

What is the tension in the cord?
 
(Figure 1)).
<1 of 1
Figure
100kg
50kg
53.1°
30.0°
Provide

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(Figure 1)). <1 of 1 Figure 100kg 50kg 53.1° 30.0° Provide

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