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Two packing crates of masses m_{1} = 10.0 kg and m_{2} = 5.60 kg are connected by a light string that passes over a frictionless pulley as in the figure below. The 5.60-kg crate lies on a smooth incline of angle 41.0°. Find the following.

(a) the acceleration of the 5.60-kg crate

m/s^{2} (up the incline)

(b) the tension in the string

N

Step 1

Let *T* and *a* are the tension and the acceleration of both mass.

Consider the FBD of both mass below.

Step 2

Write Newton’s law for *m _{1}* and plug the suitable values.

Step 3

Similarly, write Newton’s law for *m2* in *x*-d...

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