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Block A of mass 115 kg rests on a table with which it has a coefficient of limiting friction of 0.37. A light cord passes horizontally from Block A, without slipping, over a pullet of mass 34kg, radius 120 mm and radius of gyration 84mm, and down vertically of block B of mass 142 kg, which hangs freely. The system released.
The acceleration of the blocks?

The cord tension adjacent to block A?

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