Posted by Ian on Thursday, October 4, 2012 at 4:08pm.
The steel ball is suspended from the accelerating frame by the two cords A and B. The angles (they are on the inside) are both 60 degrees.
Determine the acceleration of the frame which will cause the tension in A to be twice that in B. The acceleration is going to the right and the cord A is to the right of the moving frame.
Provide your answer in m/s/s with one decimal point accuracy

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