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In the figure below, M2 has more mass than M1 and M1 has more mass than M3. The questions refer to the magnitudes of tensions and weights. There is friction between the horizontal plane and M2 (μk ≠ 0). M2 is observed to travel at a constant speed. Assume that the pulleys are frictionless and have negligible mass.
Select the appropriate symbol for each statement: T (True), F (False), G (Greater than), L (Less than), or E (Equal to). (If the first two are 'greater than,' and the last four 'less than,' then enter GGLLLL).
 one year ago
 one year ago
In the figure below, M2 has more mass than M1 and M1 has more mass than M3. The questions refer to the magnitudes of tensions and weights. There is friction between the horizontal plane and M2 (μk ≠ 0). M2 is observed to travel at a constant speed. Assume that the pulleys are frictionless and have negligible mass. Select the appropriate symbol for each statement: T (True), F (False), G (Greater than), L (Less than), or E (Equal to). (If the first two are 'greater than,' and the last four 'less than,' then enter GGLLLL).
 one year ago
 one year ago

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