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Posted by zay on Thursday, September 30, 2010 at 5:55pm.

To hoist himself into a tree, a 66.0-kg man ties one end of a nylon rope around his waist and throws the other end over a branch of the tree. He then pulls downward on the free end of the rope with a force of 366 N. Neglect any friction between the rope and the branch, and determine the man's upward acceleration.

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