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a 280. kg crate, to the right of the pulley, is released from rest and begins to fall to the ground. If the mass on the left is m=160.
m=160.
kg, what is the magnitude of the tension of the rope attached to the 280. kg crate? Assume the rope and pulley are massless.

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