Posted by **Katelyn** on Sunday, February 12, 2012 at 10:01pm.

Jane and John, with masses of 50 kg and 60 kg, respectively, stand on a frictionless surfact 10 m apart. John pulls on a rope that connects him to Jane, giving Jane an acceleration of 0.92 m/s^2 toward him. (a) What is John's acceleration? (b) If the pulling force is applied constantly, where will Jane and John meet?

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