Posted by **Jessica** on Tuesday, July 17, 2012 at 10:05pm.

consider two asymptotic behaviors, what will happen if the two masses are equal to each other, that is, m1=m2?

As a second matter of interest, what if one of the masses is much larger than the other: m1 >> m2?

in regards to an atwood's machine. i don't understand what i'm supposed to do here...

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