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  1. Callisto
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  2. Callisto
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    ^ This is the first case.

  3. Callisto
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    (friction) = f = μN = 0.05 (3 x 9.8) = ...? For equilibrium, (T - mgsin30 - f) = 0 ---(1) Mgsin60 - T = 0 ----(2) M = ....

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  5. powerangers69
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    yup i think on right tracxk

  6. Callisto
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    (friction) = f = μN = 0.05 (3 x 9.8) = ...? For equilibrium, ( mgsin30 - f -T) = 0 ---(1) Mgsin60 - T = 0 ----(2) M = ....

  7. Callisto
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    Then, you should get two answer... And compare them, identify which is m1, which is m2. Sorry, I'm not good at physics...

  8. powerangers69
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    np thanks. that was actually a maths exam .. do you reckon its hard??

  9. Callisto
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    I learnt all that in physics lessons. Here, we include very little physics in maths. It's okay if you can draw the right free body diagrams.

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