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A 1100·kg elevator is attached to a cable whose tension is 11100·N. What is the magnitude of the elevator's acceleration?

T  (M g) = M a
a = (1/M)(T  M g) = T/M  g
= 10.09  9.81 = 0.28 m/s^2
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