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\[\tau=rF \sin \theta \] so plug it in, what does that tell you?

r is the displacement vector btw

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both the displaements appear to be the same

so why does the body move then again?

but torque is just MOMENT ARM * force right
so why would the angle theeta matter..??

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Torque

So long as the weights are equal, nothing will move.

No, the blocks will not move. Why would they?

(equal mass assumption, of course)

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Of course! The reason we're not getting anywhere is b/c the problem is not well-defined.