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Three identical blocks, fastened together by a string, are pulled across a frictionless surface by a constant force.
Compare the tension on string A to magnitude of applied force F.

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asked by Shaila
  1. consider this. The tension on each segement is the total mass the rope is pulling behind it (either three, two, one block) times acceleartion.

  2. the all have the same tension

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