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What is IMA?
I'm given a picture of a pulley system and I was told to find the IMA of that pulley system.
Buuut i don't know how to find the IMA, there are no numbers given in the picture.
So what is IMA and how do I find it?

  • Integrated Physics and Chemistry -

    I found Ideal Mechanical Advantage.

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mechanical_advantage

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    Thank you, to both of you. (:

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