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March 3, 2015

Posted by **Jessi** on Friday, October 23, 2009 at 1:10am.

Ok so here are my equations I came up with. For block A sum of the forces in the x = P-F = m(a1) {where F is the friction force and a1 is acceleration of block A} and sum of the forces in the y= N1-W1 = 0 {where N1 is the normal force between the blocks and W1 is the weight of block A}

For block B sum of the forces in the x = F = m(a2) {where F is the friction force and a2 is the accleration of block B} and sum of the forces in the y = N2-N1-W2 = 0 {where N2 is the normal force between the ground and the cart and W2 is the weight of block B}

I solved part (a) for block B correctly (0.981m/s^2) but none of the other ones come out right

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**bobpursley**, Friday, October 23, 2009 at 9:23amconsider the friction between A,B. F=20g*.5=98.2 N max, so the forces P are less than this, so no slipping occurs.

Therefore, force P acts on the total mass (30kg). I dont understand, if you claim your acceleration of B is correct.

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