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a boy of mass 45kg is stranded on a beach as the tide comes in, a rescuer of mass 75kg is lowered down by rope from the top of the cliff they are both raised initially with a constant acceleration of 0.6ms^-2 find the tension in the rope for this stage of the ascent i did this and got the tension to be 1248N which is right but how do i do this next part? as they near the top of the cliff the tension in the rope is 1150N and they are moving with a constant deceleration calculate the magnitude of this deceleration

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    a boy of mass 45kg is stranded on a beach as the tide comes in, a rescuer of mass 75kg is lowered down by rope from the top of the cliff they are both raised initially with a constant acceleration of 0.6ms^-2 find the tension in the rope for this stage of the ascent??? any one know how to do??

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