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In the figure provided, a crate of mass m sits at rest on a 20° ramp and is connected to another crate of mass 1.84 kg by a rope and pulley. If the coefficient of friction is μk = 0.510 and μs = 0.790 with the surface, what acceleration will the mass m have if it is slightly nudged and begins to be pulled up the ramp? Assume the rope and pulley are massless.

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