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Suppose that in the same Atwood setup another string is attached to the bottom of m1 and a constant force f is applied, retarding the upward motion of m1. If m1 = 5.30 kg and m2 = 10.60 kg, what value of f will reduce the acceleration of the system by 50%?

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