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consider system shown in fig. 1. the coeffecient of kinetic friction between block a (m=10 kg) and the table is 0.20. calculate the weight of the hanging block required if this block is to descend at constant speed once it has been set into motion.

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    I need to see fig. 1 to visualize this problem.

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