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an elevator weighing 500kg f moving upward and tension in the supporting cable is 50000N.find upward acceleration.

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    tension=mg+ma
    solve for a

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    As we know that
    T=(work done by gravitational force + Work done by upward pulling force)
    T=mg+ma
    ma=T-mg
    a=(T-mg)/m
    a={(50000 N) - (500 Kg x 9.8 m/sec2)}/500 kg
    a=90.2 m/sec2

  • physics - ,

    Sorry lil correct
    T=(work done by gravitational force + Net Force ma (not upward pulling force)

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